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February 12, 2019

Announcing WHAT WAY? DAT WAY!

Project WHAT! will host the first ever summit for Bay Area youth impacted by incarceration on March 30, 2019. Find out more, including how you can support this awesome event, here!

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November 8, 2017

Parenting Classes Every Thursday

Hosted by our One Family program and led by facilitator Khaledah Wright, we are pleased to share news of our weekly parenting classes for justice-involved parents. More information can be found on the flyer below:

March 27, 2017

The Welcome Home Project Opening Night Reception

The Welcome Home Project is a collection of stories and photographs of formerly incarcerated Alameda County residents who turned their lives around after years in prisons and jails. Their stories are testimony to the power of resilience and determination in the face of the barriers that most formerly incarcerated individuals face.

Opening Night Reception:

Friday, June 9, 5:30-7:30 PM

John O’Lague Galleria In Hayward City Hall

777 B Street, Hayward CA

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February 14, 2017

Project WHAT! Scholarship Fundraiser!

Project WHAT!, raises awareness about the effects of parental incarceration on children, with the long-term goal of improving services and policies that affect these children. Once a year we hold a fundraiser to raise money for our high school seniors who are transitioning into college. Read about past scholarship recipients here.

September 28, 2016

Project WHAT! 10 Year Anniversary!

Please join us for Project WHAT’s 10 year anniversary. A Decade of Dedication will celebrate 10 years of our youth advocacy work and service to families impacted by incarceration.

September 19, 2016

The Sentence Unseen: Celebrating Resilience

We pay a high price when our loved ones are entangled in a punitive justice system that often leads to incarceration. The Sentence Unseen bears witness to the impacts of the US criminal justice system when family members are taken away from our community. The exhibit sheds light on the collateral consequences of arrest and incarceration on children, youth, families, and communities while celebrating the heart and resiliency of those impacted.