Jessica Farris: When They See Us confronts the reality of our criminal justice system, where law enforcement narratives dominate and people who endure injustice are silenced.
Main objective is to create a growing number of individuals that support the elimination of money bail in California through the public education focused on the inefficiencies and predatory nature of the bail industry.
Please join us to learn more about current bail practices and the work advocates are doing in LA County and statewide to change it.
Jessica Farris: So as one of the last few bills left standing, we hope the Senate Public Safety Committee will also hear Californians’ cries for change on Tuesday, July 7th, when they vote on AB 953. We hope the committee will bravely stand up for the bill as well.
Jessica Farris: Californians have a historic opportunity to bring about needed and long-overdue criminal justice reform by voting Yes on Proposition 47.
So-Called Privacy: The current surveillance state is not okay, and it should not be downplayed.