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We believe knowledge is a power that can ignite progress. Browse our collection of media and publications to spark change.

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The Andrus Family Fund Announces New Board Leadership

The Andrus Family Fund, a program and sub fund of the Surdna Foundation,  is pleased to announce our new board chair: C’Ardiss “CC” Gardner Gleser. CC is the first community … Read More >

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Stepping Up for Racial Justice

The Andrus Family Fund is a program and sub fund of the Surdna Foundation. Across the U.S., millions have stepped up in support of Black lives and against systemic anti-Black … Read More >


Realizing Police Free Schools in Rochester

Even before the uprisings in response to the murder of Daniel Prude at the hands of Rochester police, organizers have been calling for the city to defund the police and … Read More >

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We say her name: BREONNA TAYLOR

The following is a statement co-signed by our Director, Manuela Arciniegas, who serves as the co-chair of Funders for Justice. There is no accountability in the same system that murdered … Read More >

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Surdna and the Andrus Family Fund Join Foundations and Donors in Pledging to Redouble Commitments to Puerto Rico

New York, NY (September 30, 2020) – Today, 22 foundations and major donors signed a joint pledge to redouble their commitments to Puerto Rico as the island and its people … Read More >

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Rest in Power: Remembering the Legacy of Allison Brown

It is with heavy hearts that we share the news of the passing of our beloved colleague and friend Allison Brown, the founder and executive director of Communities for Just … Read More >


Native Solidarity in the Movement for Black Lives

Recorded in the weeks immediately following the 2020 uprisings, listen to our podcast series on Native Solidarity in the Movement for Black Lives, featuring George Galvis, Executive Director of CURYJ and Erik … Read More >

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AFF Statement on Racial Justice

The Andrus Family Fund (AFF) stands in solidarity with our grantee partners and the movement for Black lives—a movement recently pushed forward by the gruesome murder of George Floyd at … Read More >