Has your grant-making changed as the result of an increased awareness of police accountability and racial justice issues? Have you made grants to support organizing at the intersection of police accountability and racial justice?
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Get connected with funders, funder collaboratives, donor networks, and affinity groups talking about opportunities to support medium-term and long-term organizing at the intersection of police accountability and racial justice. If you’d like to get involved in the conversation, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Get connected with organizations at the national level, and in cities and states across the country. The current moment is urgent, and the organizing is creative, growing a powerful organized outcry for justice every day. It also happens in the context of a long history of organizing for racial justice and police accountability. We know that long-term transformation relies on the success of all of these organizations and the movements that they are a part of.
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Do you know of a current opportunity for funders? Are you hosting an event or webinar that relates to racial, economic justice, gender justice, and/or police accountability? Write to us at info[at]funders4justice.org.
Neighborhood Funders Group knows that social change requires the collaboration of many sectors, including community-based organizations that build and are led by community power, philanthropic partners, and those in government who are responsive to the demands of the people. NFG is interested in learning about all efforts for social change that you see as connected to this struggle for justice.