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Making Philanthropy Work for Everyone

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.

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Andrea Vazquez Jimenez on Removing Cops from Schools in Toronto

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 …

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Monique Morris of the National Black Women’s Justice Institute: PUSHOUT

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 …

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Learning Session: Immigration & Juvenile Justice Intersections

AFF’s learning sessions are an opportunity to highlight the work of our grantees and other leaders in the field, as well as a chance to help convene funders and practitioners …

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Learning Session: LGBTQ Youth Impacted by the Juvenile Justice and Foster Care Systems

AFF’s learning sessions are an opportunity to highlight the work of our grantees and other leaders in the field, as well as a chance to help convene funders and practitioners …

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Learning Session: The Role that Trauma-Informed Interventions Play Working with Police

AFF’s learning sessions are an opportunity to highlight the work of our grantees and other leaders in the field, as well as a chance to help convene funders and practitioners …

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Andrea Vasquez Jimenez of LAEN Toronto at Education Anew: Shifting Justice 2018

Andrea Vasquez Jimenez, Co-Director of LAEN talks about co-creating spaces for community building and working towards liberation at Education Anew: Shifting Justice 2018.

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Antonio Travis of Black Man Rising and FFLIC at Education Anew: Shifting Justice 2018

Antonio Travis, Founder of Black Man Rising and Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children, speaks about Hurricane Katrina, racism, and renewal at Education Anew: Shifting Justice 2018.  

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