No Pride in Deportation: From Vice to ICE Toolkit

2020-11-11T20:56:04+00:00

BreakOUT! and NOWCRJ’s Congress of Day Laborers recently released the Vice to ICE Toolkit, a resource on organizing across intersections of identities, including race, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, country of origin, and language.

No Pride in Deportation: From Vice to ICE Toolkit2020-11-11T20:56:04+00:00

No more fake budgets?! Exploring Equity-Based Approaches to Financial Review

2020-11-25T17:07:53+00:00

For the past three years we have not requested budgets from our grantee cohort. Rather, we have analyzed their financial data from 990s that we download directly from Guidestar and have used this analysis to engage in conversation with our partners about their financial position.

No more fake budgets?! Exploring Equity-Based Approaches to Financial Review2020-11-25T17:07:53+00:00

The $3.4 Trillion Mistake: The Cost of Mass Incarceration and Criminalization, and How Justice Reinvestment Can Build a Better Future for All

2020-11-11T20:57:30+00:00

This report details how the U.S.’s misguided criminal justice policies wasted $3.4 trillion over the last three decades that could have instead been used to more effectively address the root causes of crime and meet critical community needs.

The $3.4 Trillion Mistake: The Cost of Mass Incarceration and Criminalization, and How Justice Reinvestment Can Build a Better Future for All2020-11-11T20:57:30+00:00

Expanding Sanctuary: What Makes a City a Sanctuary Now?

2020-11-11T20:57:04+00:00

Sanctuary as a concept must evolve and be expanded. It can be a call that unites broad swaths of institutions and civil society if it is based in the belief that collective protection should extend to all communities facing criminalization and persecution and defend against all the agencies that threaten us.

Expanding Sanctuary: What Makes a City a Sanctuary Now?2020-11-11T20:57:04+00:00

Making Change: How Social Movements Work – and How to Support Them

2020-12-09T18:35:03+00:00

Social movements are a hidden underpinning of the American story. This report seeks to provide a guidepost to both funders and the field by detailing what makes for a successful social movement, what capacities need to be developed, and what funding opportunities might exist.

Making Change: How Social Movements Work – and How to Support Them2020-12-09T18:35:03+00:00

From Protest to Power – Behind the scenes of disruptive social movements

2017-03-07T23:51:24+00:00

We live in a political era defined by crisis, great promise, and a visible resurgence of popular movements. Strides in economic inequality, criminal justice reforms, and other issues have been made. However, questions on grassroots activism sustaining lasting change, impact, creating successful movement structures, and donors catalyzing movement growth remain. The "From Protest to Power" convening, co-hosted by Ford Foundation and the Solidaire Network, explores these questions through a series of lively and participatory presentations.

From Protest to Power – Behind the scenes of disruptive social movements2017-03-07T23:51:24+00:00

Living Resource Systems: A New Approach for Supporting Movement Networks

2017-03-07T23:56:20+00:00

Funding must fit the movement cycle and timing is critical. Healthy movements have cycles, and the needs of a thriving, expanding movement change dramatically and rapidly. However, these shifts are neither unpredictable nor random. Funders must be able to anticipate these shifts and be able to respond with agility in order to be most effective.

Living Resource Systems: A New Approach for Supporting Movement Networks2017-03-07T23:56:20+00:00

Reports from the Movement Strategy Center

2017-03-07T23:58:28+00:00

The Movement Strategy Center offers a plethora of resources that speak on transformative practices, collective impact, intersecting issues, and building progressive power. This is a curated list.

Reports from the Movement Strategy Center2017-03-07T23:58:28+00:00
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