OAR Project Backpack 2022 | Back-to-school Children & Families Program

Run time: June 13, 2022 – September 30, 2022

OAR’s Project Backpack supports children and families with a parent experiencing incarceration or has been recently released from incarceration for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic school year. This program was created to help strengthen and mend the bond that is often strained and broken as a family member experiences incarceration. OAR will be working with the residents in the local facilities as well as participants involved in our direct services programs for Project Backpack.

In the past, OAR has hosted a back-to-school drive collecting new backpacks and school supplies for children and families impacted by incarceration. The pandemic allowed us to spruce up our liberation practices and center participants more deeply. Starting 2020 and moving forward, we are providing gift card/e-gift card/check to each family involved in this program to limit the number of physical items being passed around.

With that in mind, the goal for this program is to provide each child with a $50 gift card/e-gift card/cash/check. This way, the families can choose to use these gift cards/funds for whatever they need. Along with each gift card, each child will also receive a letter from their parent experiencing incarceration, letting them know that the gift is coming from them and wishing them luck in the upcoming school year.

Please see more below on how to support OAR’s Project Backpack and where you can donate. Your gifts towards this program will help us purchase gift cards for each child, help with the mailing of all of the gift cards and letters, and purchasing any supplies and resources needed for this program.

HOW TO SUPPORT OAR’S PROJECT BACKPACK 2022

  • Donate online on the OAR website on our Children and Families programs donation form here. We will be collecting donations for Project Backpack until the September 10th, 2021.
  • Mail a check to the OAR office (1400 N. Uhle St, Suite 704, Arlington, VA 22201) for Project Backpack. Please include a note that the check donation is specifically for OAR’s Project Backpack program.
  • Mail gift card donations to places like VISA, Target, Amazon, Walmart, preferably in denominations of $25 and $50, to the OAR office (1400 N. Uhle St, Suite 704, Arlington, VA 22201) for Project Backpack. Please include a note that the gift card are specifically for OAR’s Project Backpack program.
  • Host a gift card drive on OAR’s behalf! Mailed VISA gift cards have been a very popular option chosen by the families in this program (with Target and Amazon gift cards coming in second and third place for most wanted). If you are intersted in hosting a gift card drive on OAR’s behalf, please contact Stephannie Ku at sku@oaronline.org.
  • Volunteer for Project Backpack! We are currently looking for volunteers to help us with data entry and guardian outreach phone calls, as well as local volunteers in the DMV/Arlington area to help us go out and purchase gift cards/mail gift cards. All volunteers will be reimbursed. If you are interested in volunteering for Project Backpack in any capacity, please contact Stephannie Ku at sku@oaronline.org.

For all questions, volunteer inquiries, and more please contact Stephannie Ku at sku@oaronline.org

Project Winter Cheer 2021-2022

*Disclamer: If you have not already read our update on OAR’s Project Winter Cheer program from last year, please click here to learn more and read below. We will NOT be hosting a toy-drive and a wrapping party this year, please read below for more information.*


About Project Winter Cheer:

OAR’s Project Winter Cheer program supports children and families impacted by incarceration for the winter season. It is so important to us that family relationships are maintained while a parent is incarcerated and after their release, and that no child is forgotten during the winter/holiday season. We ask that you – members and organizations of the community – also keep these children in mind and get involved in supporting this amazing program!

Our goal for this program is to provide each child with a $50 gift card/e-gift card/cash/check/or direct deposit. This way, the families can choose to use these funds for whatever they need (holiday gifts, winter clothes, bills, food, etc). Along with the $50, each child receives a note from their parent (that has been kept safely for 2 weeks prior to sending out), letting them know that the gift is coming from them and wishing them love during the winter season. 

How to Support: 

We are still currently collecting donations of gift cards/online donations for Project Winter Cheer until the end of January 2022!

  • Donate gift cards (ex. VISA, Target, Amazon, Walmart are the most popular) in denominations of $25, $50, or $100 and mail them to the OAR office (1400 N. Uhle Street, Suite 704, Arlington, VA 22201).
  • Donate on the OAR website specifically to our children and family programs (Project Connection/Project Backpack/Project Winter Cheer) online here. We have this donation form up year-round.
  • Volunteer to help with guardian outreach, data entry, and purchasing and mailing gift cards on behalf of OAR (some virtual and some in-person). We especially need local volunteers for the purchasing and mailing of gift cards. Please email Stephannie Ku at sku@oaronline.org if you are interested in volunteering for any Project Winter Cheer related opportunities.
  • Help spread the word! Please help us share our social media posts about Project Winter Cheer, post on your own social media, send your friends and family the fundraiser link, etc.

Questions? Contact Stephannie Ku at sku@oaronline.org or call 703-228-7132

OAR Project Backpack 2021

OAR’s back-to-school program, Project Backpack, has officially kicked off! OAR’s Project Backpack supports children and families with a parent experiencing incarceration or has been recently released from incarceration for the upcoming 2021-2022 academic school year. This program was created to help strengthen and mend the bond that is often strained and broken as a family member experiences incarceration.

In the past, OAR has collected new backpacks and school supplies for children and families impacted by incarceration. The pandemic allowed us to spruce up our liberation practices and center participants more deeply. Moving forward, we will now be providing gift card/e-gift card/cash/check/or direct deposit to each family to limit the number of physical items being passed around.

With that in mind, the goal for this program is to provide each child with a $50 gift card/e-gift card/cash/check/or direct deposit. This way, the families can choose to use these gift cards/funds for whatever they need. Along with each gift card, each child will also receive a letter from their parent experiencing incarceration, letting them know that the gift is coming from them and wishing them luck in the upcoming school year.

Along with each gift card, each child will also receive a letter from their parent experiencing incarceration, letting them know that the gift is coming from them and wishing them luck on the upcoming school year.

Please see more below on how to support OAR’s Project Backpack and where you can donate. Your gifts towards this program will help us purchase gift cards for each child, help with the mailing of all of the gift cards and letters, and purchasing any supplies and resources needed for this program.

HOW TO SUPPORT OAR’S PROJECT BACKPACK 2021

  • Donate online on the OAR website on our Children and Families programs donation form here. We will be collecting donations for Project Backpack until the September 10th, 2021.
  • Mail a check to the OAR office (1400 N. Uhle St, Suite 704, Arlington, VA 22201) for Project Backpack. Please include a note that the check donation is specifically for OAR’s Project Backpack program.
  • Mail gift card donations to places like VISA, Target, Amazon, Walmart, preferably in denominations of $25 and $50, to the OAR office (1400 N. Uhle St, Suite 704, Arlington, VA 22201) for Project Backpack. Please include a note that the gift card are specifically for OAR’s Project Backpack program.
  • Volunteer for Project Backpack! We are currently looking for volunteers to help us with data entry and guardian outreach phone calls, as well as local volunteers in the DMV/Arlington area to help us go out and purchase gift cards/mail gift cards. All volunteers will be reimbursed. If you are interested in volunteering for Project Backpack in any capacity, please contact Stephannie Ku at sku@oaronline.org.

Statement of Support for our Asian American Pacific Islander Neighbors from Arlington’s Safety Net Nonprofits

As organizations supporting marginalized people in our community, we condemn xenophobia of all kinds. We stand in solidarity with our Asian American Pacific Islander community members, especially as they face rising incidences of harassment and violence. We continue to work toward the well-being and inclusion of people of all races, ethnicities, and religions, and to use our voices to elevate their dignity and humanity

  • AHC, Inc.
  • Arlington Community Foundation
  • Arlington Food Assistance Center
  • Arlington Free Clinic
  • Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing
  • Arlington Thrive
  • Arm & Arm
  • A-SPAN
  • Aspire!
  • Bridges to Independence
  • BU-GATA
  • Doorways for Women and Families
  • Edu-Futuro
  • Friends of Guest House
  • Just Neighbors
  • National Capital Treatment and Recovery
  • Northern VA Family Service
  • OAR of Arlington, Alexandria, and Falls Church
  • Virginia Cooperative Extension, Arlington

Safety Net Arlington is a group of Arlington nonprofits that provide direct safety net services to Arlington’s most vulnerable residents in partnership with Arlington County. Arlington Community Foundation serves as its convener.

New and Improved Project Winter Cheer 2020-2021

If you have not already read our update on OAR’s Project Winter Cheer program, please click here to learn more. 


About Project Winter Cheer:

OAR’s Project Winter Cheer program supports children and families impacted by incarceration for the holiday season. It is so important to us that family relationships are maintained while a parent is incarcerated and after their release, and that no child is forgotten during the holidays. We ask that you – members and organizations of the community – also keep these children in mind as the holiday season approaches and get involved in supporting this amazing program! Each child participating in this program will receive a gift card (estimated amount $50) along with a handwritten letter from their parent (that has been kept safely for 2 weeks prior to sending out) to remind them that even though they are not able to physically spend the holidays together, they are always keeping them in mind.


“Thank y’all so much to help my kids in a time of need like this. This is such a great help to my kids and a little pressure off my loved one’s back who needs help while I am in a place like this getting my self in order.” 

-A letter from a parent incarcerated in the Arlington County Detention Facility on what Project Winter Cheer means to them and their family. 

How to Support: 

WE ARE STILL COLLECTING DONATIONS OF FUNDS AND GIFT CARDS FOR THIS PROGRAM! We will be collecting through December 2020 and January 2021 or until further notice. 

  • Donate gift cards (ex. VISA, Target, Amazon, Walmart) in denominations of $25, $50, or $100 and mail them to the OAR office (1400 N. Uhle Street, Suite 704, Arlington, VA 22201).
  • Donate on the OAR website specifically to our children and family programs (Project Backpack/Project Winter Cheer) online here. We will have this donation form up year-round and for anyone who would like to donate after the “Bring a Neighbor Holiday Joy” fundraiser has concluded.
  • Volunteer to help with guardian outreach, data entry, and purchasing and mailing gift cards on behalf of OAR. Please email Stephannie Ku at sku@oaronline.org if you are interested in volunteering for any Project Winter Cheer related opportunities.
  • Help spread the word! Please help us share our social media posts about Project Winter Cheer, post on your own social media, send your friends and family the fundraiser link, etc.

Questions? Contact Stephannie Ku at sku@oaronline.org or call 703-228-7132

OAR’s Collecting Donations to Provide Gift Cards to Families Impacted by Incarceration for the Holidays

Thank you to everyone who donated towards the Bring a Neighbor Holiday Joy collaborative fundraiser hosted by OAR, Volunteer Arlington, AHC Inc., Arlington Street People’s Assistance Network (A-SPAN), and Bridges to Independence! Although the collaborative fundraiser has concluded, OAR is still collecting donations of funds and gift cards for our children and family holiday program, Project Winter Cheer. We will continue to accept donations for Project Winter Cheer all throughout the months of December 2020 and January 2021. For more information on how you can continue to support OAR’s Project Winter Cheer, click here.

Previous information about the Bring a Neighbor Holiday Joy fundraiser: 

OAR is partnering with Volunteer Arlington, AHC Inc., Arlington Street People’s Assistance Network (A-SPAN), and Bridges to Independence to coordinate the “Bring a Neighbor Holiday Joy” program. We have officially kicked off this fundraiser online here!

Typically in the past, OAR has hosted our Annual Project Winter Cheer Toy Drive to collect donations of holiday gifts for the children and families impacted by incarceration. This year, due to the pandemic, we will not be hosting our Annual Toy Drive and Project Winter Cheer Wrapping Party event like we have in years past, but have decided to collaborate on this effort with other nonprofit organizations in our community. The decision to host “Bring a Neighbor Holiday Joy,” a collaborative online fundraiser, for Project Winter Cheer this year was made due to the safety concerns brought on by the pandemic and wanting to keep all of our participants and their families, volunteers, team members, and community members as safe and healthy as possible, with as little physical contact as possible.

This fundraising initiative will support children and families in need of gifts, resources, and more during this holiday season. For as little as $10, community members can make a significant difference. All donations can be made online on the Volunteer Arlington website. Your donations will be used to help each participating organization purchase and distribute gift cards, allowing the children and families in our programs to safely purchase their own holiday gifts and resources. The goal is to provide each child in the household with at least a $50 (minimum) gift card for this holiday season.

We cannot do this without the help of the community! We are asking people of all ages to come together to support this very tangible need. Donations will be collected through Friday, November 30th, 2020. However, OAR will still be collecting donations for our Project Winter Cheer children and family holiday program throughout the months of December and January. Donations can be made on the OAR website here

Questions? Email Stephannie Ku, sku@oaronline.org

August 13, 2020                                                                                                  

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE         

For more information contact:

Elizabeth Jones Valderrama, OAR

703-228-7441

ejonesvalderrama@oaronline.org

OAR ANNOUNCES RECEIPT OF CAFRITZ FOUNDATION GRANT

OAR of Arlington, Alexandria and Falls Church is pleased to announce that the organization has been awarded a $50,000 grant from The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation.

The grant provides general operating support for OAR for FY 2021 (July 1, 2020, through June 30, 2021) and will help sustain OAR programs that provide reentry services for those coming home from incarceration, offer community service opportunities for adults and youth who have engaged with the legal system, and promote racial justice.

“The Cafritz Foundation has been a long-time supporter of OAR,” said OAR Executive Director Elizabeth Jones Valderrama.  “We are especially grateful for this new and increased funding since many of the people we work with after incarceration will be experiencing greater hardships due to the COVID-19 economic recession.  Coming home and enjoying a safe reentry will be even more challenging.”

The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation is the largest private, independent, local Foundation focused exclusively on the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. The Foundation is the legacy of Morris Cafritz, one of Washington’s leading commercial and residential builders from the early 1920s to the mid-’60s. An outstanding civic leader known for his generosity, Morris Cafritz established the Foundation in 1948. His wife, Gwendolyn, was one of Washington’s leading hostesses in the post World War II years. The Cafritz Foundation is committed to building a stronger community for residents of the Washington, DC area through support of programs in arts and humanities, community services, education, health, and the environment.

Founded in 1974, OAR journeys with individuals of all genders who are returning to the community after incarceration manages an alternative sentencing program for the Arlington County and City of Falls Church courts that allows others to avoid that life-altering experience, and works to achieve racial justice and equity in the criminal legal system and society at large.   The organization addresses incarceration, the legal system, and all systems “upstream” (calling out the racism that permeates these systems and seeking social justice) and “downstream” (providing services to specific individuals).

In fiscal year 2020, OAR worked 766 individuals of all genders who were experiencing incarceration or who had recently come home to the community and their families as well as 1,285 adults and youth who performed community service under its supervision.  Since last fall, OAR has hosted four intensive two-day anti-racism workshops for some 180 members of the community, including law enforcement partners, and has presented its racial justice work to over 700 people.

OAR is the only nonprofit in the DC metropolitan area that works with specific individuals of all genders impacted by the criminal legal system and also challenges the systemic racism responsible for mass incarceration and other structural inequities in our society.

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OAR of Arlington, Alexandria and Falls Church is a community-based nonprofit that journeys with individuals of all genders who seek a safe reentry as they return to the community from incarceration.  We also offer alternative sentencing options through community service to youth and adults, reducing incarceration and helping individuals avoid the life-altering trauma of that experience.  We promote justice in the legal system and across all systems by addressing the systemic racism responsible for mass incarceration and other structural inequities in our society.  We envision a safe and thriving community where all people – including those impacted by the criminal legal system – enjoy equal civil and human rights.

To learn more about our work, please visit our website at www.OARonline.org or contact OAR Executive Director Elizabeth Jones Valderrama at 703-228-7441 or ejonesvalderrama@oaronline.org.

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August 6, 2020                                                                                                  

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE         

For more information contact:

Elizabeth Jones Valderrama, OAR

703-228-7441

ejonesvalderrama@oaronline.org

STATE AFFIRMS VALUE OF PRISON REENTRY PROGRAMS

On Friday, July 10, 2020, Virginia Secretary of Public Safety Brian Moran cited reentry programming provided by the PAPIS (Pre-release and Post Incarceration Services) Coalition across the the Commonwealth as a major reason why Virginia, for the 4th year in a row, has achieved the lowest recidivism (i.e., re-incaraceration) rate in the country.

Moran praised PAPIS and its nine member organizations in a briefing he presented to the members of the Senate of Virginia’s Committees on Judiciary and Rehabilitation and Social Services at a virtual Joint Meeting held in preparation for the General Assembly’s planned special session in August, much of which will focus on systemic racism and policing reforms.

“We’ve been a member of the Coalition since its creation more than 20 years ago,” said Elizabeth Jones Valderrama, Executive Director of OAR of Arlington, Alexandria and Falls Church.  “It’s heartening to know that our efforts and those of the other PAPIS members are having a positive impact on the lives of individuals coming home from incarceration and on communities as a whole.”

Coalition members offering pre-release and/or post-release reentry services in the state include three other nonprofits using the OAR acronym: OAR of Richmond, OAR Jefferson Area Community Corrections (based in Charlottesville and operating across Central Virginia), and OAR NOVA, which works in Fairfax, Loudon, and Prince William Counties.  All four trace their origins back to the beginning of the restorative justice movement in Virginia in the early 1970s.

In addition to these organizations, the PAPIS Coalition also includes Colonial Community Corrections Transitional Services in Williamsburg; Northern Neck Regional Jail Reentry and Transition Services in Warsaw; Northwestern Regional Adult Detention Center in Winchester; STEP-UP, Inc. in Norfolk; and Virginia CARES, Inc. in Roanoke.  Together the Coalition covers 65 percent of Virginia.

OAR of Arlington, Alexandria and Falls Church typicially connects with more than 700 people each year who will be returning or have already come home to these communities after incarceration.  OAR’s pre-release services include reentry workshops in local detention facilities and the nearest State prison as well as one-on-one transition planning with individual residents and their families.

OAR also welcomes people home, providing direct services for individuals (including help with food, housing, transportation, and other basic needs) at the time of release and over their initial months back in the community.  The organization offers individual case management and a comprehensive job search coaching and assistance program as part of its post-release services.

Recidivism, which refers to individuals re-engaging with the criminal legal system after release from incarceration, is one measure of how that system fails People of Color in this country – especially Black and Brown people, who represent a disproportionate percentage of the prison and jail population in Virginia and nationwide.

“Virginia’s rate of 23 percent compares well with the national one-year recidivism rate of 50 percent, but it’s still too high,” said Jones Valderrama.  “We’d welcome the opportunity to expand our programming both before and after people are released so that more individuals enjoy a safe reentry.”

Founded in 1974, OAR journeys with individuals of all genders who are returning to the community after incarceration, manages an alternative sentencing program for the Arlington County and City of Falls Church courts that allows others to avoid that life-altering experience, and works to achieve racial justice in the criminal legal system and society at large.   The organization addresses incarceration, the legal system, and all systems “upstream” (calling out the racism that permeates these systems and seeking social justice) and “downstream” (providing services to specific individuals).

In fiscal year 2020, OAR worked with 766 individuals who were experiencing incarceration or who had recently come home to the community and their families as well as 1,285 adults and youth who performed community service under its supervision.  Since last fall, OAR has hosted four intensive two-day anti-racism workshops for some 180 members of the community, including law enforcement partners, and has presented its racial justice work to over 700 people.

OAR is the only nonprofit in the DC metro area that works with specific individuals of all genders impacted by the criminal legal system and also challenges the systemic racism responsible for mass incarceration and other structural inequities in our society.

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OAR of Arlington, Alexandria and Falls Church is a community-based nonprofit that journeys with individuals of all genders who seek a safe reentry as they return to the community from incarceration.  We also offer alternative sentencing options through community service to youth and adults, reducing incarceration and helping individuals avoid the life-altering trauma of that experience.  We promote justice in the legal system and across all systems by addressing the systemic racism responsible for mass incarceration and other structural inequities in our society.  We envision a safe and thriving community where all people – including those impacted by the criminal legal system – enjoy equal civil and human rights.

To learn more about our work, please visit our website at www.OARonline.org or contact OAR Executive Director Elizabeth Jones Valderrama at 703-228-7441 or ejonesvalderrama@oaronline.org.

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Statement of Solidarity from Arlington’s Safety Net Nonprofits

As Arlington safety net nonprofits working with marginalized people in our community, we feel and recognize the pain and suffering of so many over the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and many more not caught on camera. These deaths are reminders of just how far we still must go in the name of racial justice, while the protests are a sign that many Americans are sick and tired. Within our network are leaders and staff who, as people of color, also regularly face biases from the police, general public, and colleagues.

Safety Net Arlington stands by protestors who step up in the name of eradicating racism and advancing racial equity. The very fact that the majority of the families we serve are people of color is a result of systemic oppression and racism, which lies deeply rooted in the foundation of our nation and our own history here in Arlington.

As safety net providers, we pledge to redouble our efforts to serve and connect in solidarity with our community members who are people of color and to influence change to elevate their dignity and humanity.

  • AHC, Inc.
  • Arlington Community Foundation
  • Arlington Food Assistance Center
  • Arlington Free Clinic
  • Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing
  • Arlington Thrive
  • A-SPAN
  • Aspire!
  • Bonder & Amanda Johnson CDC
  • Bridges to Independence
  • BU-GATA
  • Doorways for Women and Families
  • Edu-Futuro
  • Northern VA Family Service
  • OAR of Arlington, Alexandria, and Falls Church
  • Phoenix House MidAtlantic
  • Shirlington Employment and Education Center
  • Virginia Cooperative Extension, Arlington
  • Wesley Housing

Safety Net Arlington is a group of Arlington nonprofits who provide direct safety net services to Arlington’s most vulnerable residents in partnership with Arlington County. Arlington Community Foundation serves as its convener.

June 10, 2020                                                                                                  

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE         

For more information contact:

Elizabeth Jones Valderrama, OAR

703-228-7441

ejonesvalderrama@oaronline.org

OAR NAMED “ONE OF THE BEST NONPROFITS” IN THE WASHINGTON AREA

By the Catalogue for Philanthropy

OAR of Arlington, Alexandria and Falls Church has been selected as one of the best nonprofits in the DC metropolitan area by the Catalogue for Philanthropy – an independent organization that spotlights the work of small nonprofits in the community.

“We’re proud to be chosen for this honor, especially since this will be our third time receiving it,” said OAR Executive Director Elizabeth Jones Valderrama.  “We expanded our mission several years ago to include social justice work to confront racism and mass incarceration as well as social services for those impacted by the criminal legal system.  Selection for the Catalogue will help us expand our outreach to the community and connect with those who share our commitment to racial justice.”

As a member of the Catalogue’s 2020/2021 “class” of community-based nonprofits, OAR will be featured in the print edition of The Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington for 2020/2021, which will be published later this year, as well as on the Catalogue’s website.

The Catalogue, which spotlights a network of vetted nonprofits, is the region’s only locally-focused guide to giving and volunteering.  Every organization selected for listing is evaluated for excellence by a team of local experts who assess each nonprofit for impact, community need, and financial transparency.

Founded in 1974, OAR journeys with those returning to the community after incarceration, manages an alternative sentencing program for the Arlington County and City of Falls Church courts that allows others to avoid that life-altering experience, and works to achieve race equity in the criminal legal system and society at large.   The organization addresses incarceration, the legal system, and all systems “upstream” (calling out the racism that permeates these systems and seeking social justice) and “downstream” (providing services to specific individuals).

Last year, OAR worked with 708 individuals who were experiencing incarceration or who had recently come home to the community as well as 1,334 adults and youth who performed community service under its supervision.  Since last fall, OAR has hosted four intensive two-day anti-racism workshops for some 180 members of the community, including law enforcement partners, and has presented its racial justice work to over 700 people.

OAR is the only nonprofit in the DC metropolitan area that works with specific individuals of all genders impacted by the criminal legal system and also challenges the systemic racism responsible for mass incarceration and other structural inequities in our society.

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OAR of Arlington, Alexandria and Falls Church is a community-based nonprofit that journeys with individuals of all genders who seek a safe reentry as they return to the community from incarceration.  We also offer alternative sentencing options through community service to youth and adults, reducing incarceration and helping individuals avoid the life-altering trauma of that experience.  We promote justice in the legal system and across all systems by addressing the systemic racism responsible for mass incarceration and other structural inequities in our society.  We envision a safe and thriving community where all people – including those impacted by the criminal legal system – enjoy equal civil and human rights.

To learn more about our work, please visit our website at www.OARonline.org or contact OAR Executive Director Elizabeth Jones Valderrama at 703-228-7441 or ejonesvalderrama@oaronline.org. 

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