For & About Children of Incarcerated Parents
Beyond Bars: Our Lives, Our Rights
Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 2:45 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
This conference is for youth and adults, people who have been personally impacted by the criminal justice system, as well as for anyone interested in the topic. As long as you are open to learning and interested in making positive change in the criminal justice system and in the lives of youth who are impacted, you are welcome to attend. The conference is FREE, and we are pleased to offer a light breakfast and lunch for all who have pre-registered. Please register for only one workshop since they run concurrently.
Please register for only ONE of the four workshops listed (NOT ALL FOUR) Once you register for one workshop, you will automatically be registered for the whole day, including the workshop of your choice. If you are registering for more than one person, fill out a separate registration for each person by signing each person up for one workshop. Space is limited to 150 people.
Main San Francisco Library
100 Larkin St.
San Francisco, CA 94102
Check-In, Registration and Light Breakfast (10:00-10:30)
Welcome and Performance by Project WHAT! Youth (10:30-11:15)
Afternoon Program: Digital stories by Project WHAT! followed by a panel discussion and FREE Raffle Prizes (1:20-2:45)
Project WHAT!, a program of Community Works, raises awareness about the impacts of parental incarceration on children, with the long-term goal of improving services and policies that affect these children. Community Works engages youth and adults in arts and education programs that interrupt and heal the far-reaching impact of incarceration and violence by empowering individuals, families and communities.
Call Community Works at (510) 486-2340 with questions about the summit or if you need help with the online registration process. www.communityworkswest.org
Project WHAT! was launched with a generous grant from the Zellerbach Family Foundation. We thank the Youth Empowerment Fund and Zellerbach Family Foundation for making the summit possible. Other funders include: Sills Family Foundation and the Youth Funding Youth Ideas.
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