• Evergreen College Tacoma (map)
  • 1210 6th Avenue
  • Tacoma, WA, 98405
  • United States

Purpose: Build black-led, anti-racist political power in our community, change  statewide policy around mass incarceration that has had a negative impact on the black community and other minority communities. Create a Community Review Board as a means of conditional release for those with long term sentences in prison.


We could really use your help getting the word out to our black families. This is a relational event so we are only inviting folks that we are connected to, folks that have been touched by mass incarceration and folks that are organizing against it. 


*This event is rooted in an African/African-American experience that welcomes and embraces all people. Children and Families welcome! Drinks & Refreshments will be served!


Saturday, August 13th, 10am - 2pm

Evergreen College Tacoma

1210 6th Avenue

Tacoma, WA 98405

Sponsors: This community forum is presented by the Black Prisoner’s Caucus (Monroe & Clallam Bay) with affiliated groups in Purdy, Walla Walla, Coyote Ridge, Stafford & Cedar Creek, F. I. G.H.T. (Formerly Incarcerated Group Healing Together) founded by former API (Asian/Pacific Islander) incarcerated inmates in Washington State---in community relationship with BlackOut WA, Village of Hope, Ending the Prison Industrial Complex (E.P.I.C), European Dissent and with accountable support from Washington Community Action Network and the Washington Coalition for Parole.

For more information: Visit the event page or contact Senait Brown from BlackOutWA at senaitbrown@gmail.com