NARSOL‘s educational and inspiring webcast will be this Saturday, June 19th, from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM Pacific Standard Time (PST). Be sure to sign up today and take advantage of this opportunity to learn about building your advocacy toolkit from experienced civil rights advocates. Then hear from two seasoned state legislators who will help us better understand the lawmaking process and which lobbying strategies work best to get our message heard. It is easy to join the webcast. Instructions will be provided before the start time and people will be standing by,…Read More
Day: June 15, 2021
CA: Root and Rebound Re-Entry Events June-July
Source (sign up here): Root and Rebound 6/15/21 Root and Rebound is offering these useful events in California: FREE Virtual Reentry Legal Clinics July 13 – 15th, 2021 | 2 – 7 p.m. PT Open to Merced, San Joaquin, Sacramento, Mendocino, Lake, Del Norte, and Humboldt county residents Voices for Justice: On Tribal Justice See below for a recording of our most recent Tribal Justice event Liberation Celebration: A Juneteenth Community Forum Wednesday, June 23rd | 12 – 1 p.m. PT via Zoom RSVP for our webinar celebrating Juneteenth Know Your Rights Training Monday, June 28th | 12 – 2 p.m. PT via Zoom…Read More
LA: Special IDs for people with a sex offense conviction: Safety Measures or Scarlet Letters?
Source: nytimes.com 6/15/21 Judge Patrick L. Michot, of the 15th Judicial District Court in Lafayette, La., said the notation was “not the least restrictive way to further the state’s legitimate interest of notifying law enforcement.” “It could be accomplished in the same way that some other states utilize,” he said. “Louisiana could use more discreet labels in the form of codes that are known to law enforcement.” Of the nine states that call for some sort of disclosure of sex-offense status on state ID cards, Louisiana and four others require…Read More
CA: Public Defender Offices Available to Assist Registrants Petition for Removal
Twenty public defender offices have made resources available to help registrants petition for removal from the registry. Below is a link to a list of those offices. Missing from the list is Los Angeles County, however, both San Diego and San Francisco counties are included on the list. Click here to see the list. This will also be available in the Resources menuRead More