Knowledge to Share
We believe knowledge is a power that can ignite progress. Browse our collection of media and publications to spark change.
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 … Read More >
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.
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.
Maricruz Rivera Clemente of COPI speaks about defending the Puerto Rican environment and community at Education Anew: Shifting Justice 2018.
Ronsha A. Dickerson, National Organizer for Journey for Justice Alliance, and Zakiya Ansari, Advocacy Director for Alliance for Quality Education, share their thoughts about Education Anew: Shifting Justice 2018.
Tania Rosario Méndez of Taller Salud, a community-based feminist organization founded in 1979, speaks about operationalizing resiliency and finding the tools needed to overcome obstacles at Education Anew: Shifting Justice … Read More >
Marién is the founder of Taller Tambuyé, an organization that celebrates the art of Puerto Rican bomba—a musical form that is native to the island and deeply rooted in resistance.
Puerto Rican author Mayra Santos-Febres shares her vision for the future of Puerto Rico and why Hurricane Maria was actually a blessing at Education Anew: Shifting Justice 2018.