Saturday December 8, 2012
Semesters Hall, Student Center
Central Connecticut State University
New Britain, CT
On December 8 residents and activists from Connecticut and the region will meet in New Britain to learn about each others struggles and make connections necessary to mount a serious response to this many-sided offensive. December 8 can be a critical step in building a movement capable of defending our brothers and sisters when they are targeted for their speech, their political activity, race, religion, or nation of origin; that can prevent deportations; that can expose and challenge racial profiling and the mass-incarceration of generations; that can defend workers organizing in their work-places; that can overturn reactionary laws that restrict our basic civil freedoms.
We are now a week and a half from the conference. This is an ideal time to get the word out far and wide. Please contact us if you can contribute financially or in any other way.
Send advanced registration fee, lit table fees, indication that you would like to reserve an $8 box lunch or will bring your own, and contributions to:
C/O of Dan Piper
103 Elizabeth street
Hartford, CT 06105
Make checks payable to: “CT Coalition to Stop Indefinite Detention”
For more information see: