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Grantees

Assata's Daughters

Chicago, IL
2015
Assata's Daughters is a grassroots, intergenerational, organizing collective of Black women who love and support each other. Inspired by the Radical Monarchs, Assata’s Daughters was started to hold...

Desiree Alliance

Fort Smith, AR
2015
The Desiree Alliance is a diverse, sex worker-led network of organizations, communities and individuals across the US working in harm reduction, direct services, political advocacy and health services...

Masjid al-Rabia

Chicago, IL
2018
Masjid al-Rabia provides spiritual care for marginalized Muslims. Some of the things Masjid al-Rabia provides : - We host jummah prayers every Friday - We have a library...

Restoring Our Own Through Transformation

2018
Restoring Our Own Through Transformation (ROOTT) is a Black women-led reproductive justice organization dedicated to collectively restoring our well-being through self-determination, collaboration, and resources to meet the needs...

Trans(forming)

East Point, GA
2018, 2017
Trans(forming) is an intergenerational metro Atlanta membership-based organization led primarily by and for trans, intersex, and gender non-conforming people of color, assigned female at birth. Through advocacy, education,...

Two Spirit, Trans and Womxns Action Camp (TTWAC)

Minneapolis, MN
2018
The TTWAC mission is to build a frontline resistance camp that provides skill shares and empowerment to Two Spirit, Trans people and Womxn while taking direct action against...

Welfare Warriors

Milwaukee, WI
2017, 2015, 2014, 2013
The Welfare Warriors are mothers and children in poverty who have joined together to make our voices heard in all policies affecting families in poverty, the larger community,...

WomenNC

Cary, NC
2018
WomenNC’s mission is to lead North Carolina’s young adults in the elimination of injustice against women and girls by building a community that honors women’s human rights through...
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