TONITE! Presentation and strategy discussion with Bobby Dellelo from "When the Prisoners Ran Walpole"

The National Institute of Corrections and the Prison Industrial Complex: Presentation and Strategy Discussion with Bobby Dellelo

September 24th, 2008, 7:30 PM
3411 E. 12th St., (near Fruitvale BART, Oakland) SEIU Local 24/7

light refreshments served, wheelchair accessible
  • Do you know about the National Institute of Corrections?
  • Do you know what they do and what their influence is?
  • If not, Bobby Dellelo's workshop will be a major wake up call!
Bobby Dellelo spent 40 years of his life in prison. While in prison he earned a BA in sociology, founded the AIDS Education Program, ran the library, and was the president of the National Prisoners Rights Association, the subject of a recently released book, When the Prisoners Ran Walpole: A True Story In the Movement for Prison Abolition. Presently, Bobby is working with the American Friends Service Committee, Criminal Justice Program, and is the Editor of Outlook on Justice.

$5-$10 donation requested, no one turned away for lack of funds

Co-sponsored by the Center for Political Education and the Abolitionist
(a Critical Resistance, Oakland publication)

For more information call or e-mail, 415-431-1918

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