OAR’s Racial Equity and Inclusion Action Network

OAR’s community-based Racial Equity and Inclusion Action Network’s primary focus is to create a space to openly discuss race-related subject matter that centers the lives of those impacted by the criminal justice system. This group of committed and passionate volunteers will mobilize with an understanding of historical and current issues impacting our men and women. By empowering and amplifying the voices of those who have been marginalized through systemic racism we aim to challenge racist laws, regulations, programs, policies, and beliefs that dominate our society and culture.

We also aim to pursue partnerships with community members, other advocacy groups, and anti-racism organizations to increase the impact of this work and improve the quality of life for people of color. The Racial Equity and Inclusion Action Network’s ultimate goal is to transition people of color into positions of power in the community, local and state government, the Virginia General Assembly, and other white-dominated organizations to create a shift toward anti-racism across our established infrastructure.

Join us on Thursday, October 24, 2019, for the second Racial Equity and Inclusion Action Network meeting!

Event details:

Race Equity and Inclusion Action Network Meeting

Theme: Structural Racism and The Impact

Thursday, October 24, 2019

7:00pm – 8:00pm

Location – Arlington Central Library (1015 N Quincy St, Arlington, VA 22201)


Please fill out the RSVP form below:

Questions? Please contact Bryan W. Jackson, OAR’s Director of Racial Equity and Inclusion at bjackson@oaronline.org