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Association of Black Foundation Executives (ABFE)
New York, NY | national
ABFE is a membership-based philanthropic organization that advocates for responsive and transformative investments in Black communities. Partnering with foundations, nonprofits and individuals, ABFE provides its members with professional development and technical assistance resources that further the philanthropic sector’s connection and responsiveness to issues of equality, dive…
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Bend the Arc — A Jewish Partnership for Justice: National Youth Alliance on Boys and Men of Color
New York, NY | national
The National Youth Alliance on Boys and Men of Color (NYABMOC) is an alliance of five national networks that work with young men of color ages 13 to 25 organizing for social, racial, and economic justice. Collectively, the networks represent tens of thousands of organized young men of color, and over 200 organizations. NYABMOC’s mission is to create a society where all young men of color thrive an…
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Black Alliance for Just Immigration
Brooklyn, NY | national
Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI), founded in Oakland, CA in 2006, is a racial justice and immigrant rights organization that engages in issue education, advocacy, and cross-cultural alliance building in order to end racism, criminalization and economic disenfranchisement of African-American and Black immigrant communities. BAJI recently moved its headquarters to Brooklyn, NY and has additi…
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Black Organizing Project
Oakland, CA | west
Black Organizing Project (BOP) was founded in 2009 as a project of National grantee Center for Third World Organizing to address a lack of resources in Black movement advocacy and the absence of capacity and infrastructure for Black-led organizing. In 2012, BOP was established as a separate organization to build a local, intergenerational base of leadership by providing political education and leade…
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Brighton Park Neighborhood Council
Chicago, IL | midwest
BPNC was founded in 1997 when community members decided they were no longer going to tolerate the deterioration of their community and take action to affect real and substantial change. For the past fifteen years, BPNC has helped to improve neighborhood schools, increase community lending, increase law enforcement resources throughout Brighton Park, develop numerous youth alternatives to gangs and d…
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Brownsville Community Health Center
Brownsville, TX | southwest
Founded in 1978, Brownsville Community Health Center (BCHC) serves low-income families in southern Cameron County, which includes the cities of Brownsville, Los Fresnos, Olmito, Port Isabel, and South Padre Island. BCHC’s mission is to provide comprehensive health care services with excellence and dignity to the community. In 1993, BCHC developed Mano a Mano (MAM), a community organizing program i…
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California Child Care Resource and Referral Network Project: Parent Voices
San Francisco, CA | west
Parent Voices (PV) builds the leadership capabilities of low-income families to fight for policies beneficial to themselves and their communities in San Francisco. Since the mid-1990s, PV advocates have worked to expand child care services that get children off wait lists and into child care, make the child care system more family friendly, maintain child care subsidies for families at risk of losin…
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Californians for Justice Education Fund
Oakland, CA | west
Founded in 1995, Californians for Justice Education Fund (CFJ) is a statewide grassroots organization that combines a youth-centered approach with educational campaigning and policy reform, leading to equitable school funding and ending the school-to-prison pipeline. CFJ focuses on racial justice and building power with low-income youth and families of color in four regions of California: Fresno, Lo…
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Campesinos Sin Fronteras
Somerton, AZ | southwest
Campesinos Sin Fronteras (CSF) is a grassroots community organization founded in 1999 to build capacity, educate, advocate for and support families including farmworkers, new immigrants, and people with low to moderate incomes to improve their quality of life. CSF’s efforts are primarily focused on the U.S./Mexico border towns in South Yuma County (Somerton and San Luis), where Latinos make up 95 …
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CANGRESS dba Los Angeles Community Action Network
Los Angeles, CA | west
Los Angeles Community Action Network (LA CAN) helps people dealing with poverty create and discover opportunities, while serving as a vehicle to ensure they have voice, power and opinion in the decisions that are directly affecting them. The mission of LA CAN is to help people dealing with poverty create & discover opportunities, while serving as a vehicle to ensure they have voice, power…