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Announcement :: Gender : Police and Prisons : Radical Culture
20 May 2014
Modified: 07:47:44 PM
7pm at Democracy Center, 45 Mt. Auburn St. in Cambridge


$5-$10 suggested donation but NO ONE TURNED AWAY FOR LACK OF FUNDS

Families for Justice as Healing is a criminal justice reform organization in Roxbury, MA formed by formally incarcerated women. Andrea, one of the founders, will speak during the show and her book will be for sale during the event. All the proceeds will go to Families for Justice as Healing as well as the FREE HER RALLY happening on June 21st in Washington D.C. More about the FREE HER campaign


Aisling Peartree

Rayel Gertrude Atherton (RI)

Radical Apathy

Absinthe Rose


Families for Justice as Healing

Boston Feminists For Liberation

Lucy Parsons Center

Black and Pink

The Real Cost of Prisons Project

Bad Comrade Print

The Network/La Red + MORE!

POTLUCK & BAKE SALE: Please bring food to share! This will be a vegetarian potluck. Vegan & Gluten Free ENCOURAGED. Please label food with ingredients. There will also be labeling materials at the potluck area. Feel free to bring your own plates, bowls, and utensils. We will have plenty to share.

NO ALCOHOL ALLOWED. Thank you for respecting the policies of the space.

Boston Feminist for Liberation intends for this to be a safer space and will not tolerate oppressive language or actions. If you exhibit these behaviors you will be asked to leave the space. Some guidelines for how you can contribute to a safer space:

- Be aware of your actions and language

-Do not assume a person’s identity whether it be gender, sexuality, race, abilities, class, background etc.

-Respect people’s boundaries and practice consent culture when interacting with people verbally and physically.

Any questions? Want to help set up, clean up or contribute in any way? Contact: bostonfeministsforliberation (at)
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