ColorOfChange.org exists to strengthen Black America’s political voice. Their goal is to empower their members—Black Americans and allies—to make government more responsive to the concerns of Black Americans and to bring about positive political and social change for everyone.
The mission of the Cesar E. Chavez Foundation, is to maximize human potential to improve communities by preserving, promoting and applying the legacy and universal values of civil rights leader Cesar E. Chavez.
The Center for Partnership Studies is dedicated to research and education supporting gender/race equity, nonviolence, socioeconomic justice, and environmental sustainability. As you may also know, our website has been referring our visitors and members to your website. The Center is launching a major outreach initiative designed to familiarize new generations of readers of my books with our programs and with the concept of a just, equal, partnership-based society.
HORIZON is dedicated to encouraging and developing solutions to health, environment, population and development problems and makes generally available the knowledge of these solutions with the help of cooperating organizations and HORIZON Associates and the use of different forms of media, such as television and the Internet, so that the solutions may be economically replicated wherever they may be necessary or useful.
Taking on the Giant promotes the ideas, work and accomplishments of young people who change the world.
Doing cutting edge work breaking the cycles of poverty and violence in low income Latino communities, helping young people to live with meaning and purpose, and to find and live positive alternatives. They offer a crucial resource in the communities they serve, and an inspiring example to everyone.
EBC documents, exposes and challenges abuses within the United States criminal justice system. Combining policy reform, media advocacy, public education, grassroots organizing, direct action mobilizing, cultural activism, new technology, and legal services, EBCHR is working to change the way our society works and to build “people’s power” in those communities that are most being harmed by the current criminal justice system.
The Global Oneness Project offers short films and interviews about emerging ways of working and living in our interconnected, interdependent world.