Pamela Price campaign organizes Drum Majors for Justice

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(ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif.) Pamela Price's campaign for Alameda County District Attorney will host Drum Majors for Justice on Jan. 6 at Jack London Square.

The event will feature a discussion on criminal justice reform and a conversation with residents about what they want from a future district attorney.

The event — which will be held at Evertt and Jones BBQ located at 126 Broadway, Oakland — will also feature a discussion with legendary Civil Rights attorney Carl E. Douglas about law enforcement accountability, the double standard in our justice system, holding public office and much more. The event will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 6.

Pamela Price has focused her campaign on reducing gun violence, supporting immigrant communities and implementing fair justice reform. Additionally, Price will discuss other critical issues like developing and full funding reentry strategies to reduce recidivism, reduce over-criminalization of the youth, end the death and penalty and much more.

Donations are encouraged. To purchase a ticket or make a donation, click here. All orders are final.

Kelsey Pressnail is the Pamela Price for Alameda County press contact, she is available at or (510) 789 8671.

To read more about Pamela's platform, click here.

Nancy O'Malley has been the Alameda County District Attorney since 2010. Her term ends in 2022.

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