photo caption: Black Women for Wellness (left) ACCESS Reproductive Justice (right)
Our grant partners are the coolest.
Black Women for Wellness and ACCESS Reproductive Justice are transforming California into a reproductive freedom state. They are writing new American narratives like the New American Story Project and making movies that build movements like the Young Women’s Freedom Center’s documentary short Little April.
Obviously, we’re biased, but after you take a look at the phenomenal roster of organizations we supported with grants over the last three months we’re confident you’ll take a similar stance.
See the full list of grants we’ve made so far this fiscal year:
CULTURE CHANGE FUND
|1. New American Story Project
|2. 18th Street Arts Complex|
|3. Harness Community|
|4. SisterSong Inc.|
SOLÍS POLICY INSTITUTE NETWORK FUND
|1. Town Hall: Housing Discrimination Against Formerly Incarcerated Individuals (Starting Over) – SPI Alum: Avalon Edwards|
|2. Starting Over – Funding for an onsite Children’s room for use when formerly incarcerated parents are taking classes, attending meetings, etc. SPI Alum: Bobbie Butts|
|3. Little April Premiere and Panel Discussion Co-hosted by the Young Women’s Freedom Center and Represent Justice Little April (Young Women’s Freedom Center) SPI Alum: April Grayson|
Let’s keep growing the resources for these organizations and individuals building California’s intersectional feminist future and present.