#FreeThemNowCT Protest at DOC Headquarters
We’re holding a #FreeThemNowCT protest at the DOC Headquarters on Wednesday, September 7th at 11am to demand Governor Lamont and the DOC decarcerate and protect incarcerated people from COVID-19. Since the start of the pandemic, 30 incarcerated people have died from COVID-19 and 9,499 people have tested positive for COVID-19 while in DOC custody. Connecticut needs a substantive and transparent plan to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and safe lives. Register here to attend the protest on September 7th!
Got questions about the upcoming protest? Want to get involved in our #FreeThemNowCT campaign? Please reach out to Kenyatta Muzzanni at email@example.com
We’re hiring – CT Community Organizer Position
We’re hiring a community organizer in Connecticut! This is a great opportunity to join a stellar organizing team.
Are you an organizer interested in:
- Building collective power.
- Developing leadership of neighborhood residents.
- Working on campaigns to end mass incarceration & the war on drugs in CT.
Click here to apply for the Connecticut Community Organizer Position!
Please share this posting in your networks or with anyone you think may be interested. Details about the position, including salary range and how to apply, are here!
Save the Date: Catch Up with Katal
Join us on Thursday, September 15th at 6pm via zoom for our inaugural Catch Up With Katal event. You’ll get to hear from Katal’s executive team about our successes over the past year and our organizational goals for 2023 and beyond. Register here to attend.
Katal Quotes of the Week
These are some of the quotes we’re thinking about this week.
“What we say and what we do ultimately comes back to us, so let us own our responsibility, place it in our hands and carry it with dignity and strength.” ―Gloria E. Anzaldúa
“You might as well answer the door, my child, the truth is furiously knocking.” ― Lucille Clifton
“Design is not decoration, but an integral expression of what a thing is and does.”―George Nelson, How to see
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