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Welcome Home L.A. Resource Fair Saturday, 2/10 12pm at Chuco’s

Thursday, February 8th, 2018

***THIS SATURDAY!***

Sat. Feb 10th

Welcome Home L A Reentry Resource Fair is open to the formerly incarcerated people returning home, their families and the community from 12-2pm!

We’ll provide

✔FREE clothes and interview attire

✔FREE ID/Birth Certificate waivers

✔FREE raffle for BUS PASSES ✔FREE hot catered meal

✔Access to wrap around services and overall support essential for gaining stability & #reunification back into society!

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WHERE: Chucos Justice Center

1137 E. Redondo Blvd

Inglewood, Ca. 90302

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TIME: 12-2PM

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CONTACT: jade@youth4justice.org

424.285.JADE (5233)

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#welcomehomela #reentry #resourcefair #jobs #reunification #elevation #celebration #support #inglewood #losangeles #commUNITY…

FREE Cre8 Change Media Camp at Chucos!

Thursday, January 4th, 2018

 

FREE MEDIA CAMP for Social Justice Organizers of all ages! Thursday & Friday 1/4 & 1/5 4PM-8PM at Chuco’s Justice Center! Please read flyer for info and RSVP with contact if possible.

#Cre8Change #FREE #Youth #Media #LosAngeles

Help Build A New Home For Chuco’s Justice Center

Sunday, December 31st, 2017

Please make a donation to help the Youth Justice Coalition build a new home!

Use the link below to get to our secure, online donation page:

www.bit.ly/SaveChucos

Or contact us at info@youth4justice.org for other ways to donate.

About Chuco’s

Chuco’s Justice Center is an old factory that has been converted by the Youth Justice Coalition into a meeting space and gathering place promoting community connection, innovation, healing and liberation in Los Angeles.

We have to move from our location, but have secured an even larger space – the vacant site that was the Kenyon Juvenile Court, located on 76th Street and Central Avenue in South Central Los Angeles.  With your help, we can convert a site that convicted and incarcerated thousands of youth each year into a place for education, freedom, culture and creativity.

More than 15,000 people come to Chuco’s every year to organize for change in the community and inside lock-ups, for baby showers and repasses, dance battles, concerts and shows, open mics, press events, actions, conferences and workshops, art festivals, film screenings and welcome home celebrations to connect people returning home from jails and prisons to community resources and family. Chuco’s is also home to one …