S.A.M.I. First National Conference

S.A.M.I. First National Conference

Founded in 2011, S.A.M.I is a campus-based Black student organization whose mission is to raise awareness on the campus and in the community of the prison industrial complex, existence of political prisoners, and recidivism.  Our mission is to build a movement for the abolition of prisons and freedom for all political prisoners.

The purpose of the conference was to: 1) educate students and the community about the prison industrial complex and political prisoners 2) form a network of Black student organizers 3) provide students with a skill set to organize grassroots campaigns related to prison issues 4) give Black students access to veteran organizers of Human rights struggles.



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