California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: Could it actually do what its name suggests?

Sunday, June 7, 2:00 pm, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation:  Could it actually do what its name suggests?

Monterey Peace and Justice Center, 1364 Fremont Boulevard, Seaside

Community Forum and Potluck hosted by the Civil Rights Coalition for Jail Reform – Monterey County and NAACP.

Moderator: Helen Rucker, civil rights activist, educator and community leader in the City of Seaside since 1964.

Panelists:
Taina Vargas-Edmond: co-founder of Monterey County’s Civil Rights Coalition for Jail Reform – Legal and legislative aspect of education is jails and prisons

Kennith Johnson: Former Three Strikes CA State prisoner – The limited educational opportunities presently available and the possibilities in a liberalized system

Thomas Lee: Monterey County Columnist on Criminal Justice – Findings on the effects of education on recidivism.

Free Event – the public is invited!

www.facebook.com/jailreformmonterey
http://montereynaacp.org/
831-899-7322
CRCJR-MC is a Project of the Monterey Peace & Justice Center

CRCJR-MC flyer 6-07-15-page-001

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