Sex Offense Civil Commitment: An LGBTQ and Racial Justice Issue [Feb 9 UCLA Free Webinar]


Join the UCLA Williams Institute on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Law and Public Policy for a webinar  discussion  of civil commitment programs in the U.S. and their implications for Black and sexual minority men.

Sex Offense Civil Commitment: An LGBTQ and Racial Justice Issue
February 9
1:00 PM Pacific Time
Cost: Free

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Racial Injustice
today in 2021 sex offenders are modern-day slave maybe The Scarlet Letter the Hitler use play Polly the Jews as they were being led to their death camps.
Today sex offenders are being led to cyber death camps separated from society banished shamed forced into Lifetime punishment it’s sad but it’s true this wide awake nightmare people placed on Megan’s Law are leaving is still unbearable and unbelievable.
Be harassed by any random law enforcement agent because of your 290 registration is ridiculous if you are forced to register and you are compliant and you have any type of interaction with law enforcement you need not bow down to them and whatever you do keep your answers to a yes and no because everything you say they will try and twist it and manipulated it to build a case against you be respectful and be professional the only way they can build a case against you is if you let them.

Good luck