Western Massachusetts criminal justice advocates’ meet and greet is next Tuesday, 2/11!

Mark your calendars and RSVP today!

by Leah Sakala, February 6, 2014

Hey Western Massachusetts-area friends, mark your calendars and RSVP today for an opportunity next Tuesday evening to meet and network with some awesome local advocates and organizations working towards more fair and effective justice policy, including:

  • American Friends Service Committee
  • Baystate Health
  • Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program
  • Communities for Restorative Justice
  • Hampshire Students Against Mass Incarceration (SAMI)
  • Justice for Ayyub
  • Justice for Pioneer Valley
  • Just Schools Project
  • Mount Holyoke College Students Against Mass Incarceration (SAMI)
  • Out Now
  • The Performance Project
  • Prison Birth Project
  • Prison Legal News
  • Prison Policy Initiative
  • Real Cost of Prisons Project
  • Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps
  • Rosenberg Fund for Children
  • Springfield Institute
  • Tranzmission Prison Project
  • UMass Students Against Mass Incarceration (SAMI)
  • Western Mass. Jobs with Justice
  • Western Mass Recovering Learning Community

The Prison Policy Initiative is co-organizing this event with the Prison Birth Project, and here are the details:

When: Tuesday, February 11th 2014 from 6-7:30 PM
Where: Peace Development Fund Office, 44 N. Prospect St. Amherst, MA
What: Pizza, conversation, and one-minute introductions from each organization

Hope to see you there!

One response:

  1. Ben Grosscup says:

    We invite participation from justice organizations focusing on the prison crisis to participate in the People’s Music Network Song of the Month. April 2014 will be focused on prisons. We need 1) organizers interested in using the songs that are submitted in the course of their organizing work 2) organizational leaders willing to serve on a judging panel to choose the songs that are most effective in moving people toward activism and organizing around prison injustice. 3) connections with song-writers that are producing great music about prison injustice that should be heard more widely.

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