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Anti-Recidivism Coalition
Let Me Tell You About Sam 
May 26, 2022
Sam Lewis was a teenager, a high school drop-out and had been sentenced to a life sentence in prison. He gained an education while incarcerated, even though college programs weren’t offered at the time. Then, after 24 years in prison and nine trips made to the parole board, he was finally released in 2012.    ... read more »
Formerly Incarcerated Women Can Thrive Through ARC 
May 19, 2022
“I won him!”  Those were words shared with me by a young mother who had been fighting to regain custody of her son for four years.  ... read more »
Community Groups Distribute 15,000 Pounds of Free Food in Compton
April 8, 2021
Free groceries, facemasks and hot meals were distributed to more than 500 individuals and families during a food drive held on April 3, in Compton. ... read more »
Statement on Mayor Garcetti’s Announcements During Ongoing Protests
June 4, 2020
Mayor Eric Garcetti announced last night that the City would cut the Los Angeles Police Department budget by $100-$150 million, responding to the demands of tens of thousands of Los Angeles residents who have protested and advocated this past week. By showing up together for Black lives, we have made this possible. ... read more »
Innovating against the harmful intersection of homelessness and incarceration
November 29, 2018
Nonprofit organizations like Anti-Recidivism Coalition and The Midnight Mission stand out for their forward-thinking approach to service. ... read more »

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