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Our next letterwriting night will be back in Oakland at Rock Paper Scissors in March. They are in the final stretch of their Indiegogo campaign, with 4 days left. They have agreed to be our new homebase for Oakland letterwriting nights, and their members have long histories of supporting prisoners and prisoners movements. In April or May, we will be working with them to organize another stampmaking workshop and inviting local youth to join. If you can support them, to make sure we continue to have this resource, great! If not, at least check out their promo video because it features our project!
Next Letterwriting Night Details:
Thursday, March 19 7-8:30pm
Rock Paper Scissors Collective
2278 Telegraph Ave in Oakland near 19th St BART
Be in touch if you want us to send your letter to you or coordinate another way to get it to you, if you can’t make it on the 19th! We’ll check the po box again the week of the event.
There are a few great other events coming up, that you might want to support:
Friday, March 6 from 6:30-11pm in Downtown SF – Beats Against Bars: A hip hop benefit for BlackOUT Collective & TGIJP (Transgender, Gender Variant & Intersex Justice Project).
Sunday, March 8 from 5-7pm in Oakland – CeCe McDonald on racism, mass incarceration and trans liberation: Community event & fundraiser
Sunday, March 8 & Monday, March 9 at UC Berkeley – Disability Incarcerated/Disability Liberated Symposium, with Angela Davis, performance by Sins Invalid, the three editors of Disability Incarcerated, many more great speakers, and film showings of “Deaf in Prison” (H.E.A.R.D.) and “Bethel” (Karen Nakamura).
Sunday, March 15 from 4-7pm in Oakland – Justice Now’s 1st Annual Karaoke Challenge
Wednesday, March 18 from 7-9pm in Oakland – Oakland Premiere: Tales of the Grim Sleeper: A new film by Nick Broomfield that highlights the devaluation of Black women’s lives and the lives of sex workers, with a lens on police neglect of Black women’s lives in LA. (We’re co-sponsoring this event!)
We’ll let you know next steps in the fight against a new jail in SF as they arise! Thanks to everyone who showed up and spoke up at the “community meeting” and rally on Monday at 850 Bryant.