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Centro Binacional para el Desarrollo Indígena Oaxaqueño
Fresno, CA | west
Centro Binacional para el Desarrollo Indígena Oaxaqueño (CBDIO) was created in 1993 to serve indigenous migrant communities from Mexico residing in California. CBDIO encourages families to develop their leadership skills and advocate for improved economic and social well-being. Because CBDIO provides space for families to come together and receive support, it is at the forefront of issues…
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Centro Del Obrero Fronterizo dba La Mujer Obrera
El Paso, TX | southwest
La Mujer Obrera is an advocacy and development grassroots organization that focuses on issues related to the impact of globalization in the economic and social human rights of Mexican immigrant women and their families at the U.S. Mexico border. Since 1981, La Mujer Obrera has been dedicated to upholding the most basic human rights: Employment with dignity and justice Co…
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Centro por La Justicia
San Antonio, TX | southwest
Centro por La Justicia empowers its members through education, leadership development, training, and direct action to have a voice in the decision-making process at the local, state and federal levels and to build multi-generational grassroots power to create sustainable systemic change. Centro por La Justicia was launched in May of 1988 in Hondo, Texas. The organization formed on the princ…
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Chicago Coalition for the Homeless
Chicago, IL | midwest
Grounded in the belief that housing is a human right in a just society, Chicago Coalition for the Homeless organizes and advocates to end homelessness. Founded in 1980, CCH is the only non-profit in Illinois dedicated to advocating for public policies that curb and can ultimately end homelessness. The organization leads strategic campaigns, community outreach, and public policy initiatives th…
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Chicago Coalition for the Homeless: Grassroots Collaborative
Chicago, IL | midwest
Grassroots Collaborative, made of 12 membership-based organizations in Illinois, represents low-income people in efforts to create progressive policy change at the local and statewide level that further economic and social justice. Founded in 1999, the Collaborative represents diverse constituencies of low to moderate income families working to build a long-term movement for economic and raci…
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Children’s Action Alliance
Phoenix, AZ | southwest
Children’s Action Alliance (CAA) was founded in 1988 with a mission to work for the well-being of Arizona’s children and families through nonpartisan research and advocacy on relevant public policies. CAA’s advocacy and research provides information and education to families on issues such as child care, health care, education, juvenile justice, state budgets and tax policy. CAA’s constituen…
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Children’s Defense Fund: Southern Rural Black Women’s Initiative
Jackson, MS | south
The Southern Rural Black Women’s Initiative for Economic and Social Justice (SRBWI) promotes the first human rights agenda in the United States aimed at eradicating historical race, class, cultural, religious and gender barriers experienced by southern rural black women. SRBWI aims to: To nourish the internal capacity of women to take responsibility for their own lives, per…
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Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA | west
A multi-ethnic coalition of community organizations and individuals, the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA) advances the human and civil rights of immigrants and refugees in the City of Los Angeles by fostering greater understanding of immigrants and issues that affect them and providing a neutral space for discussion and for immigrants to come together and become better a…
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Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth
San Francisco, CA | west
Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth is a member-led, multiracial community organization that builds the leadership and policy advocacy capacity of low-income families in the Southeast section of San Francisco. Over the last 30 years, Coleman has become the leading voice for low to moderate income youth and families in San Francisco. Through grassroots leadership development, youth…
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Communities United
Chicago, IL | midwest
Communities United (formerly known as The Albany Park Neighborhood Council (APNC)) is a grassroots community organization that unites youth and adults from Albany Park and surrounding communities to address issues of social, economic and racial justice. Since its founding in 2000 Communities United has engaged over 10,000 community residents in its organizing efforts to improve the quality of publi…