After Orange is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation. Our mission is to provide education, social services and harm reduction initiatives to people whose lives have been affected by the criminal justice system. Helping ex-offenders assimilate back into society and live their best lives. This includes criminal justice initiatives and reform; Re-entry services, housing, rehabilitation services and education; public outreach, awareness, inclusion, transformation and community service.
We are currently revamping our program and producing more content to educate the public about the issues...
After following many of these women out, just to see them end back up in prison, I started following the housing problem more closely in Las Vegas. This is when I opened a home for women being released. I called the house 'After Orange: Halfway Home'. Only a portion of this footage has been released.
We incorporated as a non-profit in 2020 and have now opened two homes in Las Vegas that we have had to close down, due to obstacles with obtaining a state license to run and operate a transitional home. Read more HERE.
I have only shared a fraction of the footage I have shot over the past 7 years. When my sister was released, there was a lot of adjusting to do. Observing others being released is far from the reality of dealing with, and adjusting to, your own experience with your own loved one coming out of prison. It comes with a full set of hidden challenges you cannot anticipate. Eventually, I would like to share the whole story, and ALL MY FOOTAGE, which chronicles the true meaning of forgiveness, transformation and self awareness.
I continue to support organizations that unify factions of people.
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