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ARC, Inc. seeks to transform the U.S. criminal justice system by providing comprehensive and accurate life history investigation to decision-makers in order to inform the fates of individuals facing the most severe penalties.
Have you RSVPed for Eat, Drink, and Do Justice yet? We hope you'll join us! 
 
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Thursday, September 14
 
Hogan Lovells
555 13th Street NW
Washington, DC 20004

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Join the staff and Board members of Advancing Real Change, Inc. to learn more about our work and how to get involved, while spending time with others in our community who care about these issues. Events like this are a key piece of our ability to grow our efforts to bring our clients' humanity into the criminal justice system - one story at a time.

ARC, Inc. Board President Jim Marcus and Board members Ruth Friedman and Robin Maher will be in attendance to discuss ARC, Inc.'s work.
 
RSVPs appreciated.
Reply online here or email Erin at esf@advancechange.org.

Refreshments will be served.
 
Generously hosted by Hogan Lovells
This summer, we were joined by volunteers from Amicus, a UK-based charity that provides support to capital defense teams in the United States.

During their time with us, interns helped with a little bit of everything: reviewing trial transcripts, conducting courthouse searches, attending community meetings, requesting case records, and processing hundreds of important documents for some of our most critical cases. Whatever the projects were, each of them made a real difference in our work and to the quality of representation provided to our clients.

Our sincerest thanks to the eight interns who were part of our team this summer: 
  • Jeannie Stachniewska
  • Victoria Egerton
  • Christine Land
  • Alice Gould
  • Matthias Ng
  • Sam Peake
  • Vicky Griffin
  • Ellie Sheahan

Welcome, Lennox!

Last month, Lennox Dasilva joined our team as our newest Record Collection Specialist. Lennox is a recent graduate of Towson University, where he received a B.S. in Criminal Justice. Lennox brings a unique student experience to this work: during his final semester at Towson, he was selected to serve as a teacher’s assistant for the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program. The program took students inside a prison to study criminal justice as equals with incarcerated men and women to challenge and transform their notions of crime and justice. You can read more about Lennox (and the rest of our growing team) here.

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