On Friday, June 12, 2015, more than 70 funders gathered together at The Atlantic Philanthropies to coordinate and mobilize resources in support of organizing in response to ongoing events of police brutality and state sanctioned violence faced by communities of color across the country.
September 1 from 3:30pm – 5:30pm, at Liberty Hill Foundation, Los Angels, CA
By Nat Chioke Williams. ...[T]he Hill-Snowdon Foundation recently launched the Making Black Lives Matter Initiative, a three-year project that seeks to build the kind of long-term institutional and political power that the black community needs to achieve real racial justice.
Say Her Name responds to increasing calls for attention to police violence against Black women by offering a resource to help ensure that Black women’s stories are integrated into demands for justice, policy responses to police violence, and media representations of victims and survivors of police brutality.
A webinar for grantmakers, donors, donor networks, and funder affinity groups.
Support movement convenings happening this summer.
Baltimore is rising up to protest the police killing of Freddie Gray, the long history of over policing and police brutality, and the severe under-resourcing of Black communities in Baltimore.
Funding partnership opportunities in Missouri, California, New York and nationally.
Join NCRP and esteemed panelists in exploring what foundations can do in response to recent events in Ferguson, New York City, and across the country.
The 2015 conference will spotlight individuals who are leading philanthropy as well as contemporary cutting-edge philanthropic strategies to support Black communities.