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Danny Montes May 11
If you are wondering exactly how many restrictions are placed on someone living with a conviction on their record, here is every single barrier in our penal code. We need to change this
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CA Safety & Justice May 13
Too many families are being hurt by the barriers from an old conviction or record. Let’s prepare people to contribute to their families rather than have obstacles placed in front of them and their families. JOIN by texting TimeDone to 72345
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Susan Burton May 16
1 in 5 Californians has a conviction history that can LEGALLY restrict them from good jobs, housing, education & more. This isn't justice: JOIN by texting TimeDone to 72345 or sign up here:
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Danny Montes May 11
We have record clinic pro Anthony Turner managing the legal clinic today. He’s making sure everything runs smoothly. Huge shoutout to him for all the work he’s done over the years to connect our community to free legal help. His wife also catered the event!
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Felon2PhD May 16
Join me!! is closing down an entire street right next to the State Capitol for a BIG 70-foot wall and rally on June 11! Join us to breakdown the nearly 5,000 restrictions placed on people with conviction history the wall represents. RSVP:
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David Guizar May 15
is about improving the health & safety of our communities by breaking down barriers from old convictions/records. JOIN US in this movement to build freedom & success. Text TimeDone to 72345 or sign up here:
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Dsherrills.sr@gmail.com May 15
I joined to break down the barriers to jobs/housing/etc. that 8 million Californians living with a conviction/record face. JOIN our movement by texting TimeDone to 72345 or sign up here:
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A New Way of Life May 13
“When I heard 70 million Americans go through what we do, I think of the moms, the children, the families being torn apart. The movement represents a better world.” Join by texting TimeDone to 72345.
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Renderer May 16
Sign the petition now: We need to dismantle the thousands of restrictions that limit the ability of people with an old conviction to get jobs, housing, education and end the perpetual cycle of poverty and crime.
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Tesha May 13
8 million Californians have a conviction/record that carries nearly 5,000 legal restrictions, blocking them from jobs, housing, education & more. We say no more: JOIN by texting TimeDone to 72345 or sign up here:
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BOSS Alameda County May 16
Will you join us in Sacramento as we unveil the BIG 70-foot wall for lawmakers and call for them to work with us to dismantle the barriers it symbolizes on June 11th? RSVP:
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Emily Blake May 13
Collateral consequences of incarceration ensure individuals remain locked out of society after they come home and long after they've served their time. Join to remove these 48k barriers in CA
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Safe Return Project May 17
The U.S. loses $87 billion in GDP each year by denying employment to people with a past conviction. This harms families, communities and our economy. We’re building a better future with the campaign. JOIN US to break down the barriers to success: Text TimeDone to 72345
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Safe Return Project May 15
Excited to champion to remove barriers in housing & employment caused by outdated felony records." - Join us at the Advocacy Day to make your voice heard: RSVP LINK )
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BOSS Alameda County May 14
If you or someone you know faces restrictions from a past conviction/record, you support removing those barriers, or both are true, the campaign is for you. JOIN US: Text TimeDone to 72345 or sign up here:
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Vera May 14
Terrence Stewart is more than just his “criminal record.” He has been working to change negative perceptions that many have about people w/ conviction histories. It’s these preconceived notions that block many from reintegrating back into their communities.
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Danny Montes May 14
This graphic shows why we need the campaign. Ppl living with past convictions have thousands of restrictions placed on them for the rest of their life. We must break these barriers while we create a real pathway towards freedom & success
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Joseph Kaneko Petitt May 14
When a person comes home from prison or jail, their time is done. Let’s ensure when the 90% of people come that their time is done ✅
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Safe Return Project May 13
We’re part of the campaign because a past conviction/record doesn’t have to harm families and communities forever. We’re building a better future. JOIN US: Text TimeDone to 72345 or sign up here:
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CA Safety & Justice May 13
If you have faced roadblocks and rejection b/c of a record/conviction, then The campaign is for you. The most influential voices are those of people directly impacted. Join us by texting TimeDone to 72345 or
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