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The legislation would prohibit involuntary servitude for all purposes in the California penal system.
Activists and candidate for Congress speak at Capitol building on first federally recognized Juneteenth.
On Juneteenth, activists gathered at the state capitol to commemorate the day and look at racial justice issues.
Groups are calling on state lawmakers to pass an amendment that would end all forms of involuntary servitude.
Californians may get chance to end forced labor, help our incarcerated residents
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Please join @NathanielSamual coalition co-chair and author of the proposal that is now ACA3- The California Abolition Act on Friday April 15, 2022 for a screening of 13th and an in-depth discussion about ending legalized slavery!

ACA 3 passes off the Assembly floor with 56 votes. I see you floor jockey, @Ash_Kalra! 🙌🏽

This would remove from the State Constitution that slavery and involuntary servitude are prohibited except for the punishment of a crime.

I am grateful for my colleague Senator @sydneykamlager for authoring this long overdue constitutional amendment & for giving me the opportunity to present ACA 3 on the Assembly floor. Abolishing the remnants of slavery and racial inequality is more important now than ever before.

#ACA3 passed the Assembly floor! We thank @SydneyKamlager, @Ash_Kalra, and our supporters in the Assembly for pushing this crucial amendment forward. We are one step closer to ending involuntary servitude in CA. Next stop: the CA Senate!

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