Arts Of Oppression

Arts of Oppression is an annual fundraising event for Miles of Freedom which features art work created by incarcerated and formally incarcerated men and women. This event gives individuals a platform to display their talent through the arts. A...

Seeds Of Change

Seeds of Change! Thanks for all the support at today’s ribbon cutting for the MLK Freedom Community Garden. Special thanks to the MLK Center staff and GM Pamela Jones, Brad Boa, Daniel Nanasi, EJ and Reed Oppenheimer, Mike Scriminger,...

A Second Chance

‘A second chance’ Richard Miles creates nonprofit after exoneration to help ex-offenders land jobs By Nanette Light | Staff Writer Richard Miles spent 15 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. Accused of a 1994 murder and...

Back To School Bash

On August  17, 2013, Miles Of Freedom hosted its 1st Annual M.A.D. Back-To-School Bash Making A Difference 2013! This awesome event focused on our local kids heading back to school – providing school supplies, talks about bullying, and plenty of end-of-summer FUN! We  served  147 children and...