RSVP FORM ~ Due April 4th
APRIL 12, 2016
6:00PM TO 8:00PM

THE VITAL LINK EVENT CENTER
1214 East Lenoir St. Raleigh, NC 27610

FOOD ● SPANISH INTERPRETATION ● CHILDCARE

Background
Five years ago several groups including the Concerned Citizens for African American Children, the Education Justice Alliance, the Youth Organizing Institute and many more signed on to a federal complaint against the Wake County Public School System for racial discrimination. The majority of students facing arrest, suspension or expulsion are either Black or Latino/a. Unfortunately, the matter is even worse today. In April, the Office of Civil Rights official are coming to Wake County for a site visit to investigate the issue and for a chance to hear from you: the community.

Speak out!
Come to the community meeting to address increased suspension, over-policing and mass incarceration of black and brown youth in Wake County.

Get the Facts
o 62% of students suspended are Black, while 13.5% are Latino.
o When school resource officers arrest students, 69% of them are Black and 48% of them are forced into the adult criminal system.

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