Chesa Boudin

Meet Tiffany Cabán: Criminal Justice Reformers for Chesa Boudin

Our criminal justice system is broken — 

Chesa Boudin's race for San Francisco District Attorney has attracted national attention and presents a vital opportunity to reform the system and end mass incarceration.

On Saturday, August 24th, join leading criminal justice reformers in support of Chesa Boudin.

Tiffany Cabán is a New York Public Defender. Her campaign for Queens District Attorney was endorsed by Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and the New York Times.

Supervisor Hillary Ronen created a new city office to support sexual violence survivors navigating the justice system and passed legislation to close Juvenile Hall.

Jamal Trulove is a Wrongful Conviction Advocate who spent more than six years incarcerated before a federal jury found he'd been framed by police.

Erin Haney is an attorney and activist who fights to safely reduce the prison population and oppose the death penalty.

Tyra Fennell is the vice chair of the African American Arts and Cultural District and Assembly Delegate for District 17.

Saturday, August 24th

7:00pm to 9:00pm

Jolene's Bar

2700 16th Street

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