Media

  • December 6, 2016, FOIA Panel (Info TBD), Howard Zinn Bookfair, City College of San Francisco, Mission Campus, 1125 Valencia Street, San Francisco
  • October 8, 2016 Progressive Law Day, Omni Commons, 4799 Shattuck Ave, Oakland (Info TBD)
  • August 5, 2016 9-10:15AM Inside Out: NLG Support for People in Prison and How to Start A Project, NLG Law for the People Convention, New York, NY.
  • August 2, 2016 8:30am-12:30pm, the Tuscany 255 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89169 at Bsides Las Vegas
    Doxing Yourself Through FOIA: Understanding Agency Data Structures to Reverse Engineer FOIA Requests.
    This workshop will teach you to Dox yourself or a subject using the Freedom of Information Act or Privacy Act. It will present information about federal agency data management, and how understanding agency practices improves agency FOIA responses.
  • Saturday, July 30 at 2 PM – 4:30 PM Requesting Electronic Data From Law Enforcement Agencies (Leave With Completed Request) 
1201 Martin Luther King Jr Way., Oakland.
  • July 24, 2016 11:00-11:50am, 401 7th Ave., NYC, Hotel Pennsylvania in Friedman room. at HOPE  DVD aviailable here.
    FOIA and Public Records Hacking: How to Complete a FOIA Request or Dox Yourself via the Privacy Act
    Learn how the key to writing successful FOIA requests is reverse engineering agency data structures. This talk will include an overview on writing successful FOIA or Privacy Act requests, including updates from recent cases. You will learn the step by step process of drafting a request, using the FBI as an example. This talk is great for activists, students, researchers, journalists, and people with security clearances (especially after the OPM hack).
  • Saturday, July 17, 7pm, Talkback, The Box, A Play About Solitary Confinement, Z Space, 450 Florida St., San Francisco.
  • May 24, 2016 6-8PM Abolitionist Lawyering Strategies: Building Practices Into Advocacy, Direct Service, and Referrals, Asian Law Caucus, San Francisco, CA.
  • May 19, 2016 6-8PM What the Ashker Settlement Means for Advocating for People in California Prisons, ACLU of Northern California, San Francisco, CA.
  • February 11, 2016, 4 -5:50 pm Social Justice Criminal Defense: Ideals and Ethics Panel UC Hastings College of the Law 200 McAllister Street Alumni Reception Center Panelists include attorneys: Nanci Clarence, Caitlin Henry, Mary McNamara, Scott Roberts, and Tonny Sera.
  • February 20th from 1-3PM FOIA Workshop – Leave With A Completed Request!
  • October 10, 1-4:30pm Building Our Future: Celebrating 15 Years Towards A World Without Prisons, With Justice Now at Omni Commons Oakland. The event will explore work towards a safe, compassionate world without prisons, build our wider movement, our understanding of where we are going, and deepen our connections to each other. The event will highlight the power of Justice Now members who have returned home from women’s prisons in recent years, and the voices of folks who are currently fighting the Prison Industrial Complex from the inside. Kelly Henry will lead a workshop on Abolition & Legal Services. http://www.jnow.org/
  • September 26 (This Date Is Being Rescheduled) Advocating for Yourself and Your Loved Ones. With Essie Justice Group at the Women’s Foundation. Co-Presented with Ayoola Mitchell. Build skills and confidence advocating for your loved one in jail, prison, or youth detention. Demystify bureaucracy. Learn who to target.  http://www.essiejusticegroup.org/
  • September 23, 7:30-9:30PM, 518 Valencia, SF. Prisoners and Politics: From the San Quentin Six to Pelican Bay. California holds more prisoners than any other state while the U.S. incarcerates far more people than anywhere else on earth. During the 1960s and 1970s a political movement erupted among the imprisoned—Dan Berger’s new bookCaptive Nation takes us through that political history. We welcome Luis “Bato” Talamantez and David Johnson — both original members of the San Quentin Six, and Caitlin Kelly Henry — a local attorney who coordinates the National Lawyer’s Guild “Support from Outside the Walls” prisoner support series. Co-sponsored by Freedom Archives. http://www.shapingsf.org/public-talks/index.html Slides
  • Kelly Henry will be attending Defcon August 6-9.
  • Kelly Henry will be tabling at BSides August 4-5, and presenting “Sue the Fed, Hack Your FBI File” during happy hour, Wednesday August 5th, 4:15PM in the Chill Out Room. Presentation and Longer FOIA Guide Here https://caitlinkellyhenry.com/foia/
  • Kelly Henry’s FOIA Suit Wins Disclosure Of Information About FBI’s Secret DIVS (Data Integration and Visualization System) data warehouse.
  • Kelly Henry is Society of Professional Journalists Regional Conference panelist. Panel is “Freedom of Information: What You Need to Know, April 18, 2015
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  • Kelly Henry coordinates multi-year training series “Support from Outside the Walls”; training participants in prison advocacy skills.
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