What is OAK?  OAK (Organizations Associating for the Kind of Change America Really Needs)
is a national coalition of grassroots advocates committed to protecting and advancing all
aspects of human rights for low and moderate income Americans, including individuals earning
up to $200,000 annually.  OAK is also a project of National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law
Project, Inc.

OAK's History:  OAK began in March of 2010.  It was created to assemble a wide spectrum of
grassroots advocates; help them transcend obvious differences to harness their critical
similarities; otherwise help maximize their efficiency and effectiveness; and gear them to
function much like a large voting bloc.  

OAK as of 2012:  Presently, OAK is continuing what it began in 2010, i.e. petitioning members of
Congress to first, place in the congressional record OAK's report to the U.N. on the state of
human rights in America; and, second, to act as requested on the recommendations that report

To Read An Overview of OAK's U.N. Submission, CLICK HERE

To Read OAK's U.N. Submission, CLICK HERE

OAK Management:  OAK's administration is supplied by the board of its corporate sponsor,
National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc.  

Contact Us:  To contact OAK with any questions or comments, please CLICK HERE
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Ongoing Initiatives:
OAK Members:
NGOs -
Individuals -
  1. Illinois Family Court
  3. Fallout Shelter
  4. The Florence
    Development Group
  5. Great Caravan Walk
  6. David's Hope
  7. Legal Victims
    Assistance Project and
    Victims of the System
  8. Justice Integrity Project
  9. We The People
  10. America Goes Home
  11. National Organization to
    End Guardianship Abuse
  12. Foundation for Court
  13. Economic Democracy
  14. C.A.S.O.O.
  15. Laps For Love
  16. For The People
  17. Charleston Peace
  18. Raging Debate, LLP.
  19. Poor People's Alliance
  20. The E-Accountability
  21. National Organization for
    Parental Equality
  23. National Judicial
    Conduct Disability Law
    Project, Inc.
  24. Government
    Accountability Project
  25. National Whistleblowers
  26. Texas State Community
    Council – Abilene
  27. Uncommon Knowledge
  28. Focus On Indiana
  29. J.A.I.L. 4 Judges
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  1. Sheila A. Mannix
  2. gloria johnson
  3. J Guy F Babineau
  5. Jan Lehigh
  6. Julie Rambo
  7. Stacy Slaton
  8. Beverly Cowling
  9. Rebecca L. McLaughlin
  10. James Njenga
  11. Louise R. Monroe
  12. Myra Tanksley
  13. marie lee boyd
  14. Patrice V. Livingston
  15. Pete Stokes Acosta Jr.
  16. Gloria Helman
  17. nina
  18. Mary Lou Brncik
  19. Vania Jones
  20. paul bloch
  21. kristina
  22. joyreal
  23. BJ Davis
  24. jenelyn mendoza
  25. Tamy Frazier
  26. wyester wright johnson-
  27. ella
  28. charlene terry
  29. Janet Hamblen
  30. rejoicedesmond
  31. jane
  32. Daar Fisher
  33. grace joy
  34. Jana Stafinsky
  35. raena fannin
  36. Cynthia HS
  37. Kay Sieverding
  38. Meryl M. Lanson
  39. Andrew Kreig
  40. paul bloch
  41. Michelle Lynn sease
  42. koya konan
  43. Lee Ann Achterberg
  44. Melinda Pillsbury-Foster
  45. Antony
  46. Lilly Collette
  47. Rosa Lozano
  48. Roy G. Lozano
  49. Dr. Shirley Moore
  50. Dale C. Nathan
  51. Latifa Ring
  52. Barbara Mowrey
  53. Robert James Patterson
  54. Steven Richard
  55. Anita Guajardo
  56. Darlene Webster
  57. Robert R. Motta
  58. Douglas K. Kinan
  59. Yvonne Allen
  60. Ken Smith
  61. Cheryl Kennedy
  62. Milton Onyiro
  63. Matthew Fogg
  64. L. Wilson
  65. Cynthia L. Smith
  66. Marilyn Danos
  67. Richard H. Strickland
  68. Captain Dan Hanley
  70. Leon Bard
    71. Gordon Hamel
    72. Rebecca Sucgang
    73. Hatem The-Bedouin
    74. Sandy G. Nunn, MBA
    75. John Furbee
    76. Jerry Pond
    77. Willena Glaster
    78. Sharon Tipton
    79. Larry Carter Center
    80. David Orr
    81. Paul Currier
    82. Dr. John Riggs
    83. Cheryl G Freeman
    84. Ruth Alice White
    85. Don Mashak
    86. Harry G. Clayton, Jr.
    87. Jason Rines
    88. Eliot Ivan Bernstein
    89. Bill McGlone
    90. Betsy Combier
    91. Ray Lautenschalger
    92. John Burt Caylor
    93. Nancy Swan
    94. Dr. Glenn
    VickersBey JD
    95. Tom Saunders
    96. Ma'hya-deen Al-
    meen Mu'min
    97. Deborah Johnson
    98. Kevin M Benderman
    99. Josie Perez
    100. Alan Joseph
    101. Tammy Payne
    102. Rodney A. Logal
    103. michael warnken
    104. George Stokes
    106. c. lynnette thomas
    107. Zena D Crenshaw
    108. Paula Michaud
    109. Laurie Singh
    110. Dr. A. D. Jackson
    111. Timothy Wheeler
    112. Jesse Guiterrez
    113. Gloria Gaitan
    114. Ben Gonzalez
    115. Lance Voorhees
    116. Dr. Stephen Rushing
    117. Jimmy Gaitan
    118. Bertha Torres
    119. Richard Mirelez
    120. Pauline Villarreal
    121. Gerardo Villarreal
    122. Rosario Garza
    123. Vicente Garza, Jr
    124. Jacqueline B. N'Jai
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