By F.R.E.E. Apparel
Today, there are so many cultural and gender lines that have been defined but are yet still very blurred by society and many organizations. F.R.E.E.
By Fed Up Movement
Fed Up Movement in conjunction with Advanced Children's Therapy in Lake Worth will host a fundraiser to benefit the children at the Nora Sandigo Children Foundation
By Foote Communications
Rev. Mark Thompson to extend "Make It Plain" programming to a live audience and on-demand podcast
By The Ace Firm
On May 27th couple Dravon Ames, Iesha Harper, and their children were terrorized by Phoenix police.
By Serqet Productions
Serqet Productions, a purpose centered content company for social change, will introduce their groundbreaking new visual format next week at The Sundance Film Festival.
By The Arctic Cycle
Time for action! After two successful years, Climate Change Theatre Action (CCTA) is back, bringing together a diverse community of artists and audiences to foster sustainable change on a local and global scale.
By UU Wellesley
The Unitarian Universalist Society of Wellesley Hills (UU Wellesley) welcomes Rev. Dr. Kelly Murphy Mason as its new settled Senior Minister. Rev.
By Progressive National Baptist Convention
Over 5,000 delegates will gather for weeklong events and a press conference at the Liberty Bell on August 6 to offer a roadmap for the black church as it reclaims its position of social justice leadership in the black community.
By Br. David Darst Center
The U.S. Department of Agriculture defines food insecurity as "lack of access by all people at all times to enough food for an active, healthy life." It's a harsh reality for nearly 17.9 million households in the United States - with its long-term...
By Painting for Peace in Ferguson
The book has become a tool for teachers to use in art, social justice, social studies classes
Today, across America people observed the birthday of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Unfortunately, as is the usual outcome when we canonize people, but treat their actions, philosophies, and efforts like tertiary fodder, the true...
By Dr. Artika Tyner Planting People Growing Justice
Dr. Tyner recently released a children's book, Justice Makes a Difference, the story of Miss Freedom Fighter, Esquire, inspired by Dr. Tyner's childhood.
By Funders' Collaborative on Youth Organizing
Grant making initiative supports communities building power across the nation
calls for end to attacks against South African human rights defenders