Stop the Pre-Prison Tracking of Black and Latino Students
by Lisa Adler
Nov 7 2009 - 11:00am - Nov 7 2009 - 1:00pm
Email email@example.com or call (213) 387-2800
Next Community Rights Monthly Meeting: Saturday, November 7th at 11:00am.
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First Unitarian Church
2936 West 8th StreetLos Angeles, CA, 90005
Crenshaw High School: Policy Attacks Continue on LA's Historical Black and Brown Public High Schools
hosted by Eric Mann on 11/20/2012
Community Coalition fights efforts by LA School District to "Reconstitute" Crenshaw High School, which would start by firing all the current teachers there...
LA Unified School District threatens to fire entire teaching staff at Dorsey High School under "Reconstitution"
hosted by Eric Mann on 09/25/2012
The entire staff at Dorsey High School may be fired! Sharonne Hapuarachy
and Taylor Broom discuss "Reconstitution" and what the impacts are for
the student and the community and the movement to stop it.
Publication Date:Sep 16 2011
The LAPD has agreed to a number of important concessions, but we still have work to do.
Key documents and letters #7: LAPD issues a notice to clarify the objective of the daytime curfew (April 2011)
Publication/Circulation Date:Apr 23 2011
I was pumped and rejuvenated to see the next generation of warriors stand and fight back for a transformative and revolutionary educational system.
"The Los Angeles Police Department has agreed to avoid ticketing tardy students who are on their way to school, lawyers and advocates for students announced Thursday."
Key documents and letters: The Public Counsel submits campaign's recommendations for drastic changes to truancy laws (Sept 2010)
"Alarmingly, the data we have reviewed to date shows that enforcement of the daytime curfew law is in targeted areas with underresourced schools and communities, resulting in disproportionate police and court contact, curfew tickets, and fines for low-income students and families of color."
Key documents and letters: CRC writes to LAUSD to provide feedback on the hiring of a new Chief of LASPD (Sept 2010)
"The Community Rights Campaign is writing to express concerns regarding the Los Angeles Unified School District’s (LAUSD) hiring process for a new Chief of the Los Angeles School Police Department (LASPD) and important unresolved issues relating to police misconduct and accountability on school campuses."