From Advancement Project’s inception, we have worked “on-the-ground,” helping organized communities of color dismantle and reform the unjust and inequitable policies that undermine the promise of democracy. Simultaneously, we have aggressively sought and seized opportunities to promote this approach to racial justice.
Fighting for educational equity, health equity, equity in public funds, & political voice in California.
BLM’s mission continues to be to organize and end all state-sanctioned violence until all Black Lives Matter.
Building a collective focused on transformative leadership development, direct action organizing, advocacy and education using a Black queer feminist lens.
We envision an end to racism, and want to build a society based on self-determination, social justice, and solidarity. We envision a future without displacement through real estate speculation and forced migration. We envision a society where housing is a human right and all families thrive.
The mission of the Center for Community Change Action is to build the power and capacity of low-income people, especially low-income people of color, to change their communities and public policies for the better.
We are making sure the true story of Black participation is heard, that no barriers impede our freedom to vote, that race and racism are not used to divide the majority of people who want progress in this country, and that the concerns of Black women and men effectively inform the national and local policy agenda.
Our Vision: To inspire and restore power to those most affected by violence through leadership development and community focus, in ways that are language-gender-generation and culture-specific to ultimately effect profound and sustainable social, political, cultural, and economic change.
JFREJ organizes and mobilizes New York’s Jewish community to fight for racial and economic justice through campaigns, programs and actions.
Advancing civil and human rights for the latinx community.
Million Hoodies Movement for Justice is a human rights membership-based organization that builds next generation human rights leaders to end anti-black racism and systemic violence.
The premier nonprofit legal organization fighting for racial justice.
Through community organizing, mobilizing, and education, SURJ moves White people to act as part of a multi-racial majority for justice with passion and accountability.
Mní Wičhóni Nakíčižiŋ Owáyawa offers lessons in Lakota language and tradition as well as traditions taught by members of the many tribes mobilized against the Dakota Access Pipeline. The school also offers classes in core subjects.
A multidisciplinary group, predominantly people of color, who believe that families and communities engaged in social justice struggles need a team of lawyers, social scientists, community organizers and media specialists to support them in their efforts to dismantle structural racism and oppression.
Camp of the Sacred Stones has been active since April 1, 2016, with the goal of protecting the water from the threat of the Dakota Access Pipeline.