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Assemblywoman Holly Mitchell
‘Prisons and Justice in California' will be the topic when Assemblywoman Holly Mitchell addresses the Save Our Sons Community Forum on Sunday, August 21, at 2:30 p.m.
Pastor Howard Ashford and the Crenshaw United Methodist Church will host the meeting at its edifice located at 3740 Don Felipe Drive in Los Angeles.
Mitchell, who represents California 47th Assembly District, will discuss prison reform, her new bill called ‘Caylee's Law,' and other issues pertaining to prisons and justice. Elected in November 2010, Mitchell comes to the State Assembly from leadership in California's non-profit sector where, as the chief executive officer of Crystal Stairs for the last seven years, she has championed family-focused policymaking throughout the state.
Pastor Ashford said, "Please join us. Bring your questions and present your views to this important representative."
For more information, call (323) 292-0141.