You’re now registered for "Profiteering on prisons" on July 17!
Thank you for your RSVP for this Google Hangout on Air, which will take place online at afsc.org/hangout today from 3-4 p.m. EDT/noon-1 p.m. Pacific.
All you need is an Internet connection. No webcam or microphone is necessary—only the presenters and moderator will be visible and audible.
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During the discussion, you will be able to comment and ask questions by typing in a chat box that will run below the video as the presenters are talking.
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The high costs of privatizing incarceration
Check out these recent interviews and articles and learn more about the three panelists’ work to stop privatization:
WATCH: Caroline Isaacs talks with Arizona Public Media
about prisons in Arizona. (If no video appears above,
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Caroline’s research and mobilization against for-profit prisons in Arizona has put her at the forefront of the movement to stop prison privatization.
Working for economic justice in New Hampshire for over three decades, Arnie is a leader in movements for affordable housing, civil and worker rights, peace and disarmament, abolition of the death penalty, and an end to racism and homophobia.
For the last 10 years, prisoner rights advocate and activist Natalie Holbrook has worked with AFSC, advocating for people held in Michigan’s prisons around a myriad of issues.