Prisoner Justice Day 20218/10/2021
Today is Prisoners’ Justice Day – a day observed by incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people, their loved ones, and those who stand in solidarity with them. Today, and every day, we at CAEFS remember and honour all those who have died while incarcerated and recommit ourselves to working towards a world without prisons.
A list of community-led Prisoner Justice Day vigils and events can also be found here.
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