Grantees

Brazilian Women’s Group

Boston, MA
2011
The Brazilian Women’s Group was created in 1995 by a group of women interested in discussing the issues of being an immigrant woman from Brazil in this country...

Collaborative for the Research on Black Women and Girls

Providence, RI
2017
The Collaborative, through this leadership and advocacy training project, seeks to organize around issues impacting Black girls and women and to develop and advance political education and strategy...

Families for Justice as Healing

Boston, MA
2016, 2015, 2014
At Families for Justice as Healing (FJAH) we organize formerly incarcerated women to join the movement toward creating alternatives to mass incarceration. Our membership advocates for community wellness,...

Fuerza Unida

San Antonio, TX
2017, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011
Fuerza Unida is an organization led by Mexican-American women founded in 1990 by over 600 mostly women garment workers, displaced after Levi’s Strauss left the city of San...

Journey to Free

Hartford, CT
2017
Journey to Free's mission is "To empower Afro-Caribbean women to challenge and change the misogynous social, legal and economic systems that support and fuel the sexual abuse of...

MataHari: Eye of the Day

Boston, MA
2012, 2011
MataHari: Eye of the Day is a Greater Boston organization where women of color, immigrant women, and families come together as sisters, workers, and survivors to make improvements...

NARAL Pro-Choice Texas

Austin, TX
2012, 2013
NARAL Pro-Choice Texas is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization and the political arm of the pro-choice movement in Texas. Our mission is to recruit, develop, and sustain a constituency...

New Beginnings Reentry Services

Brockton, MA
2019
New Beginnings Reentry Services works to reduce recidivism by advocating for and building the capacity of women who are reentering local communities during and after incarceration.

Prison Birth Project

Northampton, MA
2015, 2014, 2013
When the gender-specific jail opened in Chicopee in 2008, co-founders Lisa Andrews and Marianne Bullock understood that incarcerated women are not offered the full spectrum of reproductive options,...

Radical Advocates for Cross-Cultural Education-RACCE

Hartford, CT
2018, 2017
RACCE's mission is to challenge systems of oppression by advocating for culturally competent educational practices. Therefore, we believe the most effective way to triumph over systemic forms of...

Reflect and Strengthen

Boston, MA
2012
Reflect and Strengthen's (R&S) mission is for young, working-class women, ages 14-30 from Boston's urban neighborhoods to create and nurture environments for positive social change through creative expression,...

Resilient Sisterhood Project

Boston, MA
2015, 2014
The Resilient Sisterhood Project’s mission is to educate and empower women of African descent regarding common but rarely discussed diseases of the reproductive system that disproportionately affect them...

Sahiyo

Cambridge, MA
2019
Sahiyo’s mission is to empower Asian communities to end female genital cutting and create positive social change through dialogue, education, and collaboration based on community involvement.

SISTA FIRE

Providence, RI
2018
SISTA FIRE is a small and growing network of women of color from across Rhode Island. We are on a journey to create a space where we can...

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