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Melissa Ludin, President of EXPO (Ex-incarcerated People Organizing) and Sarah Ferber, Associate Director of EXPO, will present on the treatment of Women in prison and jail from a personal and advocacy point of view.

This is a Fundraising Luncheon for MOSES to continue its criminal justice reform efforts, both locally and statewide.  MOSES (Madison Organizing in Strength, Equality, and Solidarity) is a grassroots, interfaith organization working in the Madison-area to unite congregations, individuals, and non-profit organizations to transform public policies in Wisconsin which deny social justice to the poor, people of color, and people
with mental illness.

Please join us and learn more about the increasing number of women in jail and prison, the racial disparities, and the gender-specific issues they face. This event will take place at Bethel Lutheran Church located at 312 Wisconsin Avenue on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 11:30 am -1:30 pm. You can purchase your ticket by clicking here.

Written by Madison365 staff

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