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Become a Host

Open your home to the Homecoming Project Have you been looking for a way to meaningfully give back? Do you have an extra room in your home? Are you in need of additional income?  Join our growing community of Homecoming hosts who are making a life-altering difference in the lives of those returning home after … Continued

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La Cole Archuletta

La Cole has more than 30 years of experience in corrections, having worked in both male and female prisons, community corrections, and parole. She held various management positions and oversaw residential community corrections programs including specialized programs such as therapeutic community, youthful offenders, boot camp, and a work release program in a county jail. She … Continued


General Counsel

Impact Justice is growing and focusing on building the internal infrastructure we need to support the incredible work we do externally! After starting in 2015, we now have a staff of 75, and anticipate even more growth in the near future. We’re looking to expand our DreamBuilders Team, who make everything we accomplish at Impact … Continued

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Mica Astion

Mica Astion is a senior program manager for the PREA Resource Center (PRC) and leads the PREA audit function, including the development, implementation, and maintenance of the Online Audit System and other tools related to conducting proper audits under the PREA Standards. Mica works directly with auditors, agencies, and facilities across the nation and at … Continued



Photographer: Nikki Arai Source: Oakland High School students participate in funeral for Black Panther Bobby Hutton, killed by Oakland Police in 1968. Photographer: betto rodrigues Source: Shutterstock Los Angeles, CA - July 12, 2016 - Black lives matter protestor crying during march on City Hall following ruling on LAPD fatal shooting of African American female … Continued

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If I could tell a cop one thing

Does that badge make you blind to the pain that’s deeply bound Embedded in our DNA from our ancestors, WE transgress the transgressors They undressed the best dressers and deflowered our queens The meaning of “we” is more than you and me Blue is the color of our skin, and red is the blood See … Continued

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Meet the first cohort of California Justice Leaders. California Justice Leaders—AmeriCorps members are justice-involved and system-impacted young adult leaders serving at partner organizations across the state in Los Angeles, San Joaquin, Fresno, Sacramento, and Alameda counties. Members receive training and professional development and serve as re-entry navigators for young people who are currently in or … Continued

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Valuing the work of all women

Where a skinny Black girl descended from slaves and raised by a single mother can dream of becoming president only to find herself reciting for one We watched Amanda Gorman recite her moving poem on the steps of the Capitol on January 20, 2021 as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris took their first steps into … Continued