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Director, The Homecoming Project

hybrid Full-time position in los angeles, ca or Oakland, CA This position has been updated from the Associate Director/ Sr. Program Manager position previously posted. All applicants that applied before this update will still be considered for this role. As applicable, the hiring manager will follow up.  Who We Are Impact Justice advances safety, justice, … Continued

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Amore Alvarenga

Amore Alvarenga (They/Them/Theirs) believes in the power that all people especially queer, trans, gender non-binary, Black, brown, Indigenous, people of color hold to break cycles of toxicity and create thriving environments. They have supported individuals and communities in developing safe and creative spaces to enhance resources, build relationships, connect to the Earth, and transmute trauma. … Continued

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After Cruel Injustice, a Second Chance

Plenty of people now know Jamesetta Guy, or at least they know about her heart-wrenching journey through a cruel legal system as chronicled in the New York Times Magazine. I know her personally. For the past several months, I’ve been supporting her as she begins a new phase of her life, and she’s been inspiring … Continued

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Ways to Donate

Whatever way you choose to give, we’re celebrating you! Make a Gift to Our Cryptocurrency Innovation Fund Use the form below to make a gift of cryptocurrency. Learn more about donating cryptocurrency here.   Have another idea that’s not on this list? Contact Erica Lawson, Associate Director of Development, at  

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Donate Crypto

Impact Justice now accepts cryptocurrency! Whether it’s housing people after prison, using restorative justice circles in place of prosecution, or building the next generation of formerly incarcerated young leaders, your gift to our Cryptocurrency Innovation Fund will be invested in high-impact solutions that promote healing and accountability, not punishment. Donating cryptocurrency is one of the … Continued

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Misunderstood: Why We Need Credible Messengers Teaching and Counseling in Secondary Schools

Photo by Barbara Kinney/Emerson Collective Danny Muñoz This is the third in a series of essays highlighting graduates of our California Justice Leaders program, the first AmeriCorps program specifically for formerly incarcerated people. We’re excited to be co-publishing this series with the Prison Journalism Project to reach even more readers. Leadership: The ability to inspire, motivate, guide, and nurture others … Continued