PEOPLE'S CONFERENCE ON GANG INJUNCTIONS: Social Justice Perspectives and Critiques after 15 Years of Resistance
SATURDAY APRIL 13TH
California State University Channel Islands
NOTE: ROOM CHANGE - CONFERENCE WILL NOW TAKE PLACE AT
CSUCI BELL TOWER ROOM #2515
1 University Drive, Camarillo, CA 93102
[FREE CONFERENCE -RSVP RECOMMENDED -LIMITED CAPACITY]
This PEOPLE'S CONFERENCE ON GANG INJUNCTIONS: Social Justice Perspectives and Critiques after 15 Years of Resistance aims to bring together communities across the state to cross-share their experiences and lessons learned – continue to raise alternatives to criminalization, as well as provide students and youth an opportunity to research, document and become involved in the next wave of movements toward criminal justice reform.
On the eve of 15 years since the Oxnard Police Department and Ventura District Attorney press conference announcement of the first ever civil gang injunction proposal in Ventura County – Join community organizations, activists, attorneys and youth intervention practitioners as they reflect on a decade and half of lived experiences in combatting and exposing civil gang injunctions (CGI) as militarization-style relics of the failed War on Drugs and War on Gangs.
Guest speakers, and panel discussions presenting community, legal and social justice perspectives on CGI's.
Organized by C.O.R.E.and Hosted by CSUCI Chicano/a Studies Program and Danza Tlaloc Ollin
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