This Giving Season, We Can't Wait

This Giving Season, We Can't Wait

28 Nov 2017

Two years ago when I sent our annual year-end letter, I began with: This is a time of possibility. 

Last year, right after the election, when I sent our annual year-end letter, I began with: There is so much work to do.

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Osborne Testifies at Assembly Committees on Health and Corrections

Osborne Testifies at Assembly Committees on Health and Corrections

16 Nov 2017

Testimony for the Osborne Association, by the Osborne Center for Justice Across Generations for the Assembly Health and Corrections Committees at the joint public hearing on healthcare in correctional facilities. 

Presented by: Elizabeth Gaynes, Osborne President and CEO on October 30, 2017

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See Us, Support Us Contribution: Hena Ali-Bernard

See Us, Support Us Contribution: Hena Ali-Bernard

28 Oct 2017

Throughout #SeeUsSupportUs month, we are highlighting the voices of people directly impacted by parental incarceration. Below is a piece by See Us, Support Us partner Hena Ali-Bernard about her relationship with her father and her caregivers during his incarceration. 

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See Us, Support Us Contribution: Author Pamela Brunskill

See Us, Support Us Contribution: Author Pamela Brunskill

17 Oct 2017

Throughout #SeeUsSupportUs month, we are highlighting the voices of people directly impacted by parental incarceration. Below is a piece by author Pamela Brunskill about how schools can be more understanding and supportive of children of incarcerated parents. Read more about Pam and her story at https://pamelabrunskill.com/

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Telling our Stories

Telling our Stories

29 Aug 2017

During the past year, Osborne partnered with StoryCorps, the national oral history project and radio program, to record, preserve and share the unique and important stories of our staff and participant community. StoryCorps’ mission is to preserve and share humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world. 

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