Ten NYC Youth-Led Organizations Selected for Inaugural Youth Organizing and Culture Change Fund Cohort

Pioneering Philanthropic Investment in Young Leaders Using Arts and Culture, and Organizing Strategies to Build Community Power and Advance Transformational Societal Change NEW YORK, NY – The Youth Organizing and… Continue reading Ten NYC Youth-Led Organizations Selected for Inaugural Youth Organizing and Culture Change Fund Cohort

In ‘The Third Reconstruction,’ Peniel E. Joseph Outlines the U.S. Struggle for Racial Justice in the 21st Century

By Rebecca DeWolf At a July 2013 White House press conference, President Barack Obama addressed the Black community’s anguish over the shocking shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. The United… Continue reading In ‘The Third Reconstruction,’ Peniel E. Joseph Outlines the U.S. Struggle for Racial Justice in the 21st Century

Justice by the numbers

What happens when a public interest technologist joins forces with an organization like the ACLU of Massachusetts? The single largest dismissal of wrongful convictions in U.S. history. In 2012, Annie… Continue reading Justice by the numbers

Three lessons on what leaders need today to fight inequality

Adria D. Goodson, Director, Global Fellowship Program 19 OCTOBER 2021 The pandemic has created a moment of rupture and has created possibilities for leaders to disrupt existing power structures and envision… Continue reading Three lessons on what leaders need today to fight inequality

Hiyab: Los Angeles

Taking part in the nationwide racial justice protests against police brutality, violence and murder, Hiyab shares how difficult this moment in history is for young black women. Their leadership has… Continue reading Hiyab: Los Angeles