Save the Date!
Thursday, January 11, 2018
Hollywood United Methodist Church
RSVP today to join JusticeLA, White People 4 Black Lives, the ACLU So Cal and Hollywood United Methodist Church for a community meeting to discuss the L.A. County Board of Supervisors $3.5 billion jail expansion plan. Learn how you and/or your organization can help the JusticeLA coalition fight back against L.A. County’s failed criminal justice system and reclaim, reimagine and reinvest in our communities.
Panelists include Patrisse Khan-Cullors (Co-Founder JusticeLA and Black Lives Matter), Mark-Anthony Johnson (JusticeLA), Kim McGill (Youth Justice Coalition), Peter Eliasberg (ACLU), and Kelly Lytle Hernandez (UCLA Bunche Center/Million Dollar Hoods).
Limited on-site parking. Overflow parking is available on the street or across the street at the Kodak Complex located at Hollywood & Highland and is $8 with validation from the coffee shop.
Nearest Metro station (Red Line) is across the street a Hollywood & Highland.
Hollywood UMC is wheelchair accessible.