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Abolitionist Law CenterPAPittsburghThe Abolitionist Law Center is a public interest law firm inspired by the struggle of political and politicized prisoners, and organized for the purpose of abolishing class and race based mass incarceration in the United States. To accomplish this goal, the Abolitionist Law Center engages in litigation on behalf of people whose human rights have been violated in prison, produces educational programs to inform the general public about the evils of mass incarceration, and works to develop a mass movement against the American penal system by building alliances and nurturing solidarity across social divisions.
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Advancement Project CaliforniaCARacial equality, socioeconomic equality
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Assata's DaughtersILChicagoFounded, planned, and operated by Black women, Assata’s Daughters carries on the tradition of radical liberatory activism encompassed by Assata Shakur. Providing community resources, training young organizers, and taking Direct Action.
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ArchCity DefendersMOSt. Louis ArchCity Defenders (ACD) is a 501(c)3 non-profit civil rights law firm providing holistic legal advocacy and combating the criminalization of poverty and state violence against poor people and people of color.
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Black and PinkNationalBlack & Pink is an open family of LGBTQ prisoners and “free world” allies who support each other. Our work toward the abolition of the prison industrial complex is rooted in the experience of currently and formerly incarcerated people. We are outraged by the specific violence of the prison industrial complex against LGBTQ people, and respond through advocacy, education, direct service, and organizing.
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Black Alliance for Just Immigration National BAJI educates and engages African American and black immigrant communities to organize and advocate for racial, social and economic justice.
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Black Youth Project 100 National BYP100 is an activist member-based organization of Black 18-35 year olds, dedicated to creating justice and freedom for all Black people. We do this through building a collective focused on transformative leadership development, direct action organizing, advocacy and education using a Black queer feminist lens.
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Border Angels/ Angeles de la FronteraUS/ Mex borderImmigration, migration (Mexico, Central America)
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CAAAV: Organizing Asian CommunitiesNYNew York CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities works to build grassroots community power across diverse poor and working class Asian immigrant and refugee communities in New York City.
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Center on Race, Poverty & the EnvironmentNationalThe Center on Race, Poverty & the Environment is a national environmental justice organization providing legal, organizing, and technical assistance to grassroots groups in low-income communities and communities of color.
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Centre County Women's Resource CenterPACentre County, rural PADomestic violence, rape, women
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Chicago Abortion FundILChicagoAbortion
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Chicago Books to Women in PrisonILChicagoFree books to prisoners
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Chicago Community Bond FundILChicagoThe Chicago Community Bond Fund (CCBF) pays bond for people charged with crimes in Cook County, Illinois. Through a revolving fund, CCBF supports individuals whose communities cannot afford to pay the bonds themselves and who have been impacted by structural violence.
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Chicago Women's Health CenterILChicagoHealth care (women, trans, non-binary)
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Community United Against Violence (CUAV)CASan Francisco, Bay AreaLGBT, anti-violence, anti-abuse
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Critical ResistanceNationalCritical Resistance seeks to build an international movement to end the prison industrial complex by challenging the belief that caging and controlling people makes us safe. We believe that basic necessities such as food, shelter, and freedom are what really make our communities secure.
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Dash DCDCDCDASH is an innovator in providing access to safe housing and services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual violence and their families as they rebuild their lives on their own terms.
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Decarcerate PAPAPhiladelphiaDecarcerate PA is a grassroots campaign working to end mass incarceration in Pennsylvania. We demand that PA stop building prisons, reduce the prison population, and reinvest money in our communities.
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Diverse City FundDCDCProvides small grants to grassroots social justice projects/organizations led by people of color in DC
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Dignity and Power NowCALADignity and Power Now was created to be the principle organization for a multifaceted, trauma informed, healing, motivated movement to end state violence and mass incarceration.
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Dream DefendersNationalDream Defenders is an uprising of communities in struggle, shifting culture through transformational organizing.
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DRUM - Desis Rising Up and Moving NYNew York DRUM was founded in 2000 to build the power of South Asian low wage immigrant workers, youth, and families in New York City to win economic and educational justice, and civil and immigrant rights.
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Headwaters Foundation for JusticeMNMinneapolisPhilanthropy, grant-giving
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Immigration Law Center of MinnesotaMNPro-bono legal services to low-income immigrants and refugees in MN
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Integrated Refugee and Immigrant ServicesNationalImmigration, migration, refugees
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JuntosPAPhiladelphia Juntos is a community-led, Latinx immigrant organization in South Philadelphia fighting for our human rights as workers, parents, youth, and immigrants.
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Make the Road New YorkNYNew York Make the Road New York (MRNY) builds the power of Latino and working class communities to achieve dignity and justice through organizing, policy innovation, transformative education, and survival services.
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Mano a ManoORSalemOur mission is to help our clients become self-sufficient and empowered. Each year we reach about 2,000 families, from Marion and Polk counties, who self-identify as having low income, or being people of color or immigrants. Mano a Mano is the oldest Latino-led community organization in the greater Salem area.
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MomentumNationalMomentum is dedicated to teaching and learning the craft of popular movements fighting for justice. We give grassroots organizers the tools to build massive, decentralized social movements that aim to shift the terrain under policymakers’ feet. We need transformational change, and we believe it won’t come from within the political system.
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National Immigration ProjectNationalPersistently promoting justice and equality of treatment in all areas of immigration law, the criminal justice system, and social policies related to immigration. We provide technical assistance and support to legal practitioners, immigrant communities, community-based organizations, and all advocates seeking to advance the rights of noncitizens.
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National Network for Immigrant and Refugee RightsNationalImmigration, migration, refugees
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National Network of Abortion FundsNationalAbortion
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Native American Disability Law CenterFour CornersThe Native American Disability Law Center is a private nonprofit organization that advocates for the legal rights of Native Americans with disabilities. Through advocacy and education, we empower Native people with disabilities to lead independent lives in their own communities.
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NLG Mass Defense CommitteeNationalThe National Lawyers Guild (NLG) Mass Defense Committee is a network of lawyers, legal workers, and law students providing legal support for political activists, protesters and movements for social change. Major activities include getting you out of jail after mass arrests and mobilizations.
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No More Deaths/ No Mas MuertesUS/ Mex borderImmigration, migration (Mexico, Central America)
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Partnership for Safety and JusticeORPortlandPrison reform
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RuckusCASan FranciscoThe Ruckus Society provides environmental, human rights, and social justice organizers with the tools, training, and support needed to achieve their goals through the strategic use of creative, nonviolent direct action.
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Sacred Stone CampNDStanding Rock Sioux ReservationThe Sacred Stone Camp in the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation is on the frontlines of the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
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Southerners on New Ground (SONG)GAAtlantaSONG is a regional Queer Liberation organization made up of people of color, immigrants, undocumented people, people with disabilities, working class and rural and small town, LGBTQ people in the South.
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Student Immigrant Movement (SIM)MASIM is a MA-based statewide immigrant youth-led organization. We fight for the liberation of the undocumented community through the development of a network of immigrant youth organizers in high-density immigrant communities. We organize youth, ages 13-30, and provide political education, leadership training, protection, guidance, mentorship, and safe healing spaces.
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Survived and PunishedMIDetroitSurvived and Punished is a national organizing project to end the criminalization of survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
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Sylvia Rivera Law ProjectNYNew YorkLegal resources to low income transgender individuals and transgender individuals of color, including those affected by incarceration
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The Audre Lorde ProjectNYNew YorkA Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Trans and Gender Nonconforming People of Color center for community organizing through mobilization, education and capacity-building, focusing on the New York City area.
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The Trevor ProjectNationalLGBTQ, youth, suicide prevention, crisis intervention
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Third WaveNYBrooklynThird Wave is an activist fund led by and for women of color, intersex, queer, and trans folks under 35 years old.
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Trans LifelineCASan FranciscoTrans run and staffed crisis hotline
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Tree Street YouthMELewistonEducation, refugees, children
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Volunteers of Legal ServiceNYPro-bono legal services to low-income NYers; holiday gift card for immgrants program: https://www.kintera.org/AutoGen/Simple/Donor.asp?ievent=1168072&en=5eKzEINjF4JIKSPmE3IFJOPwGfIDIQPyFcLIKSNwGoJZF
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Wake Up MississippiMSJacksonAbortion
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Women With a VisionLANew OrleansCreated by and for women of color in New Orleans, WWAV is a social justice non-profit that addresses issues faced by women within our community and region. Major areas of focus include Sex Worker Rights, Drug Policy Reform, HIV Positive Women’s Advocacy, and Reproductive Justice outreach.
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Youth Justice CoalitionCALos AngelesFounded and runs the FREE L.A. High School to provide out-of-school youth ages 16 to 24 with instruction in movement building with instruction in systems of oppression and strategies for dismantling racism in addition to its "core" academic program. Also uses direct action organizing, advocacy, political education, and activist arts to agitate for prison abolition and against police violence.
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