Knowledge to Share
We believe knowledge is a power that can ignite progress. Browse our collection of media and publications to spark change.
Niara Nelson joins the AFF staff as this year’s summer intern. Learn more about her below. Tell us about yourself. I am a 21-year-old from Brooklyn, NY and a rising … Read More >
A space to build youth power and ignite movements *This was recorded/written prior to the passage of the HB 2084 bill in the Illinois State Senate, which will increase mental … Read More >
AFF board member C’Ardiss “CC” Gardner Gleser reflects on how white supremacy shows up in philanthropy and the resiliency of communities of color during our Education Anew: Shifting Justice convening.
On this episode, Manuela sits down with the Juvenile Law Center in Philadelphia, PA to hear about their motivation for doing this work, obstacles to overcome and the 10 year … Read More >
Danielle Sered envisioned, launched and directs grantee partner Common Justice. The organization develops and advances solutions to violence that transform the lives of those harmed and foster racial equity without … Read More >
We believe removing law enforcement from schools is a step in the right direction to fostering a safe learning environment for young people of color. While the movement grows in … Read More >
An Unprecedented Opportunity: Organizing Next Generation Donors and Trustees to Practice Effective Change Philanthropy The Surdna Foundation and Andrus Family Fund recently commissioned a report to better understand the ecosystem … Read More >
Listen as President and founder of the National Black Women’s Justice Institute, Dr. Monique Morris, discusses her groundbreaking new book ‘PUSHOUT: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools’ and what … Read More >