Members of Sin Barras march to the county jail in July of 2013.

Mission Statement
Sin Barras, which means without (prison) bars in Spanish, is a group for members of the community that are directly affected by police terrorism and have loved ones in jail and allies dedicated to prison abolition. We fight to abolish prisons and the prison industrial-complex. We meet regularly to support inmates and their struggles, organize rallies in support of prisoners, send literature to inmates, and have study groups ranging from Ruth Gilmore's writings to works about gender in prisons to testimonies of Palestinian prisoners.
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This NGO meeting Monday nights from 7:15pm to 8:45pm at SubRosa.

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