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TondalaoHallFACE presents: Community Letter Writing to Free Tondalao Hall

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Student Union 460 (Regency Room)

2:30pm-3:30pm

Supplies and snacks provided, children welcome!

 

 

Join us to support Project Blackbird OKC in their community letter writing campaign to free Tondalao Hall. We’ll have all the supplies you’ll need, (and snacks!). Just bring yourself!

Read below for more information about the campaign from Project Blackbird OKC (https://www.facebook.com/projectblackbirdokc/)

You can also find more information here: http://freetondalaohall.com/
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The goal of this campaign is to show solidarity for domestic violence survivor Tondalao Hall, who was sentenced to 30 years behind bars for the crimes her abuser committed against their children.

Oklahoma has a dangerous problem incarcerating women, particularly women who have been survivors of trauma. As the state with the highest incarceration of women, our gender justice is a necessary part of movement building and ensures we are represented in the fight for criminal justice reform.

Letters drafted at events across Oklahoma will be addressed to District Attorney David Prater, Tondalao Hall, and members of the OK Pardon and Parole Board to call her time served to end. She has spent 13 years behind bars for a crime she did not commit while the actual abuser is free to live his life.

 

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We are a group of feminist students, staff, and faculty at Oklahoma State University, and our focus is to grow and nurture intersectional queer and feminist spaces on campus and in the wider community.

March 8, 2017 Women’s Strike Event:

FACE March 8 event

Check out here for more resources and information on strikes:

VIEWPOINT MAGAZINE (1)

International Women_s Strike US Platform (1)

GeneralStrike-Pamphlet

STRIKE-2017 booklet

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This photo was was taken by Michelle Charles for the Stillwater News Press at the “Resist Fascism” Rally at OSU on February 3rd. Many FACE members attended the event.

**FACE is a committed branch of the Women’s Programming Advisory Council and the Office of Multicultural Affairs at Oklahoma State University

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