Join us to Make Valentines Day Cards for Prisoners

Join SF Pride at Work, California Coalition for Women Prisoners, Artists of the 99%, and TransGender Intersex Justice Project for a fun and fabulous Valentines Day Card-Making Party for Prisoners.
Making valentines day cards is not only a fun creative way to spend your evening but is one way to support people currently locked up. Prisons are cold and isolating places meant to make people feel totally alone, especially for queer and trans prisoners. Sending someone a bright & cheery card is one way we can start to break that isolation.
Prisoner support and advocacy organizations have had similar events in the past and in 2012 we want to open up the opportunity for people in the Bay Area to join others around the country to send love to folks locked up. We want them to feel the love of the community and know that they are not forgotten.

Thursday, February 9th 6 – 9PM
Mission SRO Collaborative
938 Valencia Street

$3-10 donation to help pay for envelopes and postage. No one turned away.
Bring your card making supplies (we will provide supplies as well), creativity, love, and passion for justice, abolition and community. Not Allowed: glitter, glue, staples, tape, (anything with adhesive), polaroids. Allowed: construction paper, printer paper
Sponsored by Black and Pink, CCWP, TGI Justice Project, and Artist of the 99%
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