On December 11th join the California Criminal Justice Funders, for a cross-county conversation to learn about innovative work in both Alameda and Los Angeles Counties to divest in prisons and policing, and invest in the communities.
As a critical part of successful re-entry and culture change, transformative prison work plays a key role in wider criminal justice reform. Please join us for an update on this field and to hear about an emerging statewide network of transformative prison providers in CA who are organizing to share information and to work collectively for long term change.
District Attorneys have been a formidable adversary with a powerful infrastructure to shape their county's mass incarceration rates and overall approach to criminal justice.
It’s estimated that about 50,000 people in California jails are there simply because they are too poor to pay their bail. These legally innocent people often lose their jobs, housing, and custody of their children. If they are undocumented, they risk deportation.