CAAAV works to build grassroots community power across diverse poor and working class Asian immigrant communities in New York City.
EmbraceRace was founded in early 2016 by two parents who set out to create the community and gather the resources they needed (need!) to meet the challenges faced by those raising children in a world where race matters.
Catapult Greater Pittsburgh engages in emergency resource distribution, peer-to-peer support, wealth building, trauma-informed financial counseling, and policy advocacy to ensure systematically disenfranchised communities can meaningfully achieve economic justice and lead dignified and equitable lives.
RISE St. James is a grassroots organization fighting for environmental justice as it works to defeat the proliferation of petrochemical industries in St. James Parish, Louisiana.
Mujeres Unidas y Activas (MUA) is a grassroots organization reaching thousands of Latina immigrant women throughout the San Francisco Bay Area each year. MUA has a dual mission of promoting personal transformation and building community power for social and economic justice. They are a national model for Latina immigrant empowerment and organizing.
BOLD (Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity) is a national training intermediary focused on transforming the practice of Black organizers in the US to increase their alignment, impact and sustainability to win progressive change. BOLD carries out its mission through training programs, coaching and technical assistance for BOLD alumni and partners.
Located in the ancestral Tewa homelands of Northern New Mexico, Tewa Women United (TWU) is a multicultural and multiracial organization founded and led by Native women. TWU works to end all forms of violence against Native women, girls and Mother Earth.
Soil Generation is a Black & Brown-led coalition of gardeners, farmers, individuals, and community-based organizations in Philadelphia, PA working to ensure people of color regain community control of land and food, to secure access to the resources necessary to determine how the land is used, address community health concerns, grow food and improve the environment.
El Pueblo is a nonprofit organization based in Raleigh, NC, specializing in leadership development for both youth and adults among Wake County’s growing Latinx community. It’s mission is to build collective power through leadership development, organizing, and direct action so that the Latin American community and other marginalized communities control our own stories and destinies.
The Bros in Convo Initiative promotes and protects the health equity of Black gay, bisexual, queer, and same gender loving (GBQ/SGL) men ages 18 – 35 living in Central Florida.