Ending the Criminalization of Students in Wake County

Please RVSP here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1C7_PVtfzUQlifw6tKpfrXaR59DRoIwHU7rERFBhfHCM/viewform
by April 4th

A Community meeting to address increased suspension, over-policing and mass incarceration of black and brown youth in Wake County. If you feel this is a issue in are public schools come out and let your voice be heard !

The Facts:
-62% of students suspended are Black, while 13.5% are Latino.

-More than 11% of Black students will be blocked from a classroom due to increased suspension, expulsion and arrest.

-When school resource officers arrest students, 69% of them are Black and 48% of them are forced into the adult criminal system.

-Less than 1% are given the chance to go through mediation instead of jail.

For any details or information contcat info
Tavonbridges7@gmail.com or (919) 239-0986

Food, childcare and Spanish interpretation will be available.