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Reimagining Public Safety Community Teach-In

Date: Saturday, Oct 24
Time: from 1:30-3:00pm
Location: Central Park, Davis, CA

Because of COVID, attendees are expected to socially distance to keep everyone safe. Masks are required (extras masks/ hand-sanitizer will be provided if needed). Stay home if you feel sick!

Yolo People Power, Multiculturalism Rocks!, Women in Leadership Davis, Yolo Committee for Diverse and Inclusive Elections, and Indivisible Yolo invite you to an educational rally on re-thinking policing and public safety to help create an anti-racist, reformative, compassionate system that TRULY keeps every member of our community safe.

This event will feature short speeches by local activists, organizers, university and high school students, and experts on the problems of our current law enforcement/ criminal justice system and what solutions exist to transform it.

We believe in inclusive education and welcome people at all steps on the anti-racism path from newbie to seasoned abolitionist. There will be family friendly material with age appropriate content/ booths for younger family members, including a puppet show.

Live stream and online recording will be available via the Facebook event page for those unable to attend in person. Both in-person and virtual participants can submit questions about policing and public safety before or during the event at .

Bring a chair, a blanket, your family and/or (socially distanced) friends, and an open mind.

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