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The Momentum Award We’ve Been Nominated! “Help Us Receive $10,000” Vote Here: http://bit.ly/XyzhKV Thank You, Very Much! As you know, A New Way of Life Re-Entry Project (ANWOL) is doing extraordinary work on behalf of women and families in California. Please take a minute to help us win $10,000 from the Women’s Foundation
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“Believe…The Power of Possibilities” Sunday December 7, 2014 at the Omni Hotel Los Angeles. For sponsorship and ticket information please call 323.563.3575. A New Way of Life Re-Entry Project 16th Annual Fundraising Gala An evening of recognition, celebration, and re-commitment to the power of possibilities. Join us in the inspiration as we reflect on a year of achievement,
Schedule information for the Sept 26-27, 2014 film festival in Long Beach, CA will be updated regularly as we approach the date of the event – so stay tuned and check this site regularly. Thus far, the two-day event is planned as follows: FridayDate: Friday, Sept 26, 2014 Time: 5:00pm – 9:00 pm Location: Cal
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SUSAN BURTON IN SELMA Updates & Actions Susan Burton, recognized in the Los Angeles Times as one of the nation’s prominent civil rights leaders today, will stand in solidarity with other advocates and movement builders on the 50th anniversary of the historic March in Selma. It was on Sunday, March 7, 1965 when nearly 600
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Today, the James Irvine Foundation announced that Susan Burton of A New way of Life Reentry Project in Los Angeles is a recipient of The James Irvine Foundation Leadership Award. In their ninth year, the awards recognize and support individuals who are advancing innovative and effective solutions to significant challenges in California. Susan is
January 7, 2014 / Bill Moyers and Michelle Alexander on the Racist Plague of Mass Incarceration and America’s Future What it will take to build a more just society. It became a best-seller, spurred an even wider conversation about justice and inequality, and transformed Michelle Alexander from attorney and professor to an activist and advocate for