Is Orange The New Black? A Conversation About California Women's Prisons
Justice Now and the California Coalition for Women Prisoners (CCWP) proudly present a community event to discuss California women's prisons with Piper Kerman, activist and author of Orange Is The New Black.
Piper will be joined by an esteemed panel of activists and organizers in the fight against imprisonment in California, including:
Misty Rojo (Justice Now and CCWP)
Theresa Martinez (Justice Now)
Janetta Johnson (Transgender Gender Variant Intersex Justice Project)
Samantha Rogers (CCWP)
The conversation will be facilitated by Shanelle Matthews (ACLU of Northern California)
Real People. Real Issues.
Venue: Humanist Hall Oakland, 390 27th Street, midtown Oakland, CA 94612, between Telegraph and Broadway
Date: Sunday 23rd February, 2014, 3-5pm
Tickets on sliding scale from $20-$100. No one turned away through lack of funds.
Childcare available, provided by the Bay Area Child Care Collective, please email pipereventCA2014@gmail.com to confirm a space.
Humanist Hall is wheelchair accessible from 28th Street.
Humanist Hall (View)
390 27th Street
Oakland, CA 94612
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|