Grantees US/Occupied Territories + South + Economic Justice + Immigrant Rights + Racial Justice

A Community Voice

New Orleans, LA
2015, 2011
A Community Voice (ACV) is a community organization comprised of working, poor, elderly, women, children, and families. ACV provides a community voice for its members and constituencies in...

A Woman's Way

Charlotte, NC
2018
A Woman’s Way's mission is to offer women health information, aimed at improving both Infant and Maternal health within African American Communities. Our strategies include forging collaboratives with...

Action Communication and Education Reform

Duck Hill, MS
2017, 2016, 2015, 2013
We encourage individuals to become involved in the decision-making process of their communities and schools to bring about positive social change. Our vision is to ensure that low-income...

Adelante Alabama Worker Center

Hoover, AL
2017
Adelante Alabama Worker Center unites day laborers, domestic workers, and other low-wage and immigrant workers and their families in the Birmingham area to defend our rights, promote our...

Adelante Alabama Worker Center

Hoover, AL
2017
Adelante Alabama Worker Center unites day laborers, domestic workers, and other low-wage and immigrant workers and their families in the Birmingham area to defend our rights, promote our...

Cayce United

Nashville, TN
2014, 2013
Cayce United is an organized group of residents of the Cayce Place Housing Authority development in Nashville, Tennessee. We work to protect and improve our homes, to secure...

Center for Artistic Revolution

Little Rock, AR
2012
Center for Artistic Revolution is a LGBTQ/SGL centric statewide organization working with diverse communities and allies on Fairness and Equality for ALL Arkansans.

Chattanooga Organized for Action

Chattanooga, TN
2014, 2012, 2011
With a vision for a more progressive city burning in their hearts, a small group of friends set their hands to work in the spring of 2010 to...

Chattanooga Organized for Action

Chattanooga, TN
2014, 2012, 2011
With a vision for a more progressive city burning in their hearts, a small group of friends set their hands to work in the spring of 2010 to...

Colectivo Ilé

Caguas, PR
2014
Our mission is to educate, organize and research to strengthen the anti-racist and decolonizing work leading to generate changes, psycho-social, cultural, economic and political in and out of...

Community Education Project of New Orleans

New Orleans, LA
2013
Community Education Project of New Orleans is a diverse collective of families, students, teachers, and community allies nurturing the movement for education justice through grassroots organizing, transformative workshops,...

Community Movement Builders

Atlanta, GA
2018
Community Movement Builders (CMB) is a 501(c)(3) member based collective of black people dedicated to being a force for creating sustainable self-determining communities through cooperative economic advancement and...

Community Movement Builders

Atlanta, GA
2018
Community Movement Builders (CMB) is a 501(c)(3) member based collective of black people dedicated to being a force for creating sustainable self-determining communities through cooperative economic advancement and...

Compañeros Inmigrantes de las Montañas en Accion

Asheville, NC
2018
The Compañeros Inmigrantes de las Montañas en Acción (CIMA) connects, strengthens and organizes communities to take action for immigrants’ rights in Western North Carolina. CIMA strives for inclusive...

Concerned Citizens for Justice

Chattanooga, TN
2017
Concerned Citizens for Justice (CCJ) was originally founded in August of 1984 by Maxine Cousin, Annie Thomas, and Ms. Thomas' two daughters, Lisa and Lydia. The organization was...

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