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National Korean American Service and Education Consortium Inc

NAKASEC organizes Korean and Asian Americans to achieve social, racial and economic justice.

Community Partnership For Arts & Culture

To strenghthen, unify and connect greater Cleveland's arts and culture sector.

Karuna Center For Peace Building

Our mission is to empower people divided by conflict to develop mutual understanding and to create sustainable peace. We work with frontline peacebuilders worldwide to build more inclusive, just societies using dialogue, advocacy, and joint action for peace.

Globe Smart Kids Inc

Globe Smart Kids uses technology to help children grow up feeling safe, happy and excited about interacting with diverse people and in diverse contexts. Our mission is to tackle prejudice before it begins. We make One Globe Kids: engaging, evidence-based education materials designed to encourage cross-group friendship while meeting standards in Language and Social Studies (English, History, Geography, Citizenship) for children 4 - 10 years.

Citizens For NYC

Citizens Committee has a simple mission: to help New Yorkers - especially those in low-income communities - come together to improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods. Our work is based on the simple belief that New Yorkers understand the needs of their community better than any outsider. We help ordinary people like you to implement their own vision for their neighborhoods and schools. While the projects that we support confront diverse issues, they all address concerns that matter to local residents!

American Friends Of The Parents Circle Families Forum

American Friends of the Parents Circle-Families Forum (AF-PCFF) shares the human side of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with the American public, to foster a peace and reconciliation process. The AF-PCFF is committed to supporting the Parents Circle-Families Forum (PCFF) through raising public awareness, constituency building and fundraising in the U.S.PCFF is a joint Israeli-Palestinian organization made up of more than 600 bereaved families. Their common bond is that they have lost a close family member to the conflict. But instead of choosing revenge, they have chosen a path of reconciliation.Through the different works of the PCFF, these bereaved members have joined together to take tens of thousands of Palestinians and Israelis on their personal journeys of reconciliation.

Roxbury Weston Programs

The mission of Roxbury Weston Programs is to bring families together in a learning community dedicated to the celebration of diversity and excellence in early childhood education.

Social Justice Matters

Social Justice Matters is committed to exploring the values and opportunities arising from our diverse communities, and to working together to foster equality and challenge racism, thereby achieving greater social justice.

Auschwitz Institute For The Prevention Of Genocide And Mass Atrocities

More than 70 years after the Holocaust, genocide and other violent atrocities remain a threat to global peace and security. Since 2008, the Auschwitz Institute for the Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities (AIPG) has worked to build a world that resists and prevents genocide, driven by the knowledge that governments and individuals can act to save lives before, during, and after the outbreak of mass violence, but that doing so requires training, technical know-how, resources, and a commitment to action among multiple stakeholders. We pursue a world where never again are people targeted for violence and death due to their identity. AIPG’s core programming trains, equips, and empowers government officials and community leaders with the tools to confront the risk factors and warning signs of violence based on identity-- an approach that no other organization takes. Our growing network of international alumni form a global architecture that is leading nations in preventing, responding to, and recovering from identity-based violence. We also facilitate the creation of regional and international cooperation networks to promote a multilateral approach to protecting vulnerable populations, strengthening democracy, and preventing mass atrocities.

East Rock Institute Inc

East Rock Institute (ERI) provides intercultural experiences that promote self-discovery, authentic leadership and service to others for the next generation of those tied to Korea by birth, marriage, adoption, and choice. As the oldest nonprofit organization in the U.S. devoted to Korean and Korean diaspora cultures, ERI is an internationally recognized pioneer in the development of innovative educational, scholarly and cultural programs that bring together diverse communities through explorations of Korean culture and identity. In doing so, ERI recognizes and harnesses the power of culture to serve the needs of the community and to transform the world we live in.

Rhode Island For Community And Justice

The mission of RICJ is to fight bias, bigotry and racism and to promote understanding and respect among all races, cultures and religions.

YWCA Evanston North Shore

YWCA Evanston/North Shore is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families, and strengthen communities. We are a social justice organization that works in the areas of: racial justice and civil rights women's empowerment and economic advancement health and safety of women and girls we do this through: direct service education, training and outreach advocacy We empower thousands of individuals to transform their lives and make our communities more just and equitable for all its members. We invite you to stand with ywca evanston/north shore in our mission and our work.