By PSL San Diego, Oct. 27th, 2011
A multinational gathering of workers and students came together in San Diego Oct. 14 to discuss the prison-industrial complex and how it affects poor and working communities. The public forum was held at the School for Social Justice, a unique program within the larger Lincoln High School in the predominately Black and Latino working-class neighborhood of Southeast San Diego. The event was co-sponsored by the Party for Socialism and Liberation, the San Diego Committee for Prisoner Rights and the San Diego Coalition for Troy Davis.
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