Mass Incarceration, What Determines When black Lives Matter? An overview of the social controls emlployed to limit and create political prisoners out of people of color in this country" Jacqui C. Williams talk at UUCC Kingston, March 29, 10:30 am.

Mass Incarceration, What Determines When Black Lives Matter?  An overview of the social controls employed to limit and create political prisoners out of people of color in this country – Jacqui C. Williams
I invite you come to hear Jacqui C. Williams give the sermon and lead the March 29, Sunday  Service at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Catskills (UUCC), 320 Sawkill Rd., Kingston, NY.  The service starts at 10:30 am and ends at approximately 11:30 am.

Jacqui Williams will talk on "Mass Incarceration, What Determines When Black Lives Matter?  An overview of the social controls employed to limit and create political prisoners out of people of color in this country"   Please spread the word.
Barbara Stemke
member UUCC and ENJAN
 
 
Jacqui C. Williams   
Jacqui C. Williams is an independent consultant with over 35 years of training experience, twenty conducting trainings to rape crisis programs, k-12 school, colleges, community groups, health care professionals, mental health providers, law enforcement, prosecutors, and related professionals. She has worked in the field of ending sexual violence since 1991 as the Warren County Rape Crisis Coordinator, Policy and Education Director of the NYS Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Director of Outreach and Training for the NYS DCJS Office of Sex Offender Management. Ms. Williams has conducted trainings on identifying and dismantling various forms of oppression in her professional work and in a volunteer capacity as a Beyond Categorical Thinking facilitator for the Unitarian Universalist Association since 2001 and as the co Chair of the St. Lawrence District anti racism and anti oppression work team, Catalyst, since 2007.   

 
 

 

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