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On Thursday April 12, 2012, in City Hall room 416, at 5:30 pm, the San Francisco Human Rights Commission is holding a public hearing on The Human Rights Impact of the War on Drugs. CJCJ’s Selena Teji will be providing testimony on Racial Disparities in Drug Law Enforcement in San Francisco” alongside Professor William Armaline from San José State University. The hearing will also be televised on http://​www​.sfgovtv​.org/.

This hearing is designed to solicit feedback from people who have been impacted by the war on drugs. CJCJ encourages you to attend and participate in the public comment!

Please visit www​.face​book​.com/​H​R​C​h​e​aring for more information.