November 22, 2014 - 9:30am to 2:00pm

Let My People Work! A Know-Your-Employment-Rights training for people who have had prior contact with the criminal justice system.

¡Deja Que Trabaje mi Pueblo! Un taller para que Conozca-Sus-Derechos de Empleo para personas que han tenido contacto previo con el sistema de justicia penal

Too many people in Oakland have faced unfair employment discrimination due to prior experiences with the criminal justice system. Join us to make sure you know your employment rights, learn about job training programs, and more. Attorneys from the Clean Slate Re-Entry Legal Services will be on site. Meals, child care, and Spanish/English translation provided. FREE.

To RSVP, go to or call Maria Dominguez: 510-285-8245.

Sponsored by East Oakland Building Healthy Communities in partnership with Change Has Come, Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy, Oakland Community Organizations, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights, Alameda County Health Pipeline Partnership, and Regional Technical Training Center. 

Tasbeeh Spiritual & Mental Health Center
5133 Bancroft Ave.
Oakland, CA 94601
December 10, 2014 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm

"Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person."
-- United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights

SAVE THE DATE: December 10 is international Human Rights Day. Having access to a job, education, and healthcare is a human rights issue. Join us on December 10 to send this message to the Alameda County Board of Supervisors.

RSVP: Via Facebook:, or by contacting our Local Organizer, Maria Dominguez:, 510-285-8245

To learn more about the 50% for Jobs Not Jails Campaign, please visit our campaign page:

Alameda County Administration Building
1221 Oak Street
Oakland, CA 94612
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