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Reimagining the Revolution
REIMAGINING THE REVOLUTION is a digital and literary journey into the modern civil rights movement. In the din of calls for reform, RTR makes the argument for abolition and profiles six paths already being paved toward that objective
Etgar 36 is dedicated to developing the future political voice by taking you on Journeys.
On the road, you will become empowered to get involved politically and socially to change the world
Collison Law Offices, Ltd.
Collison Law Offices represents victims of serious accidents.
Veteran Service Corps
To provide a platform for Veterans to continue to honor our shared oaths through service to our communities to tackle the systemic issues to help raise the quality of life.
Nat'l Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws
Informing and educating the public and policy makers to facilitate needed reforms to the nation's management of sexual offenses.
We assist Attorneys with Press for Public Interest
Sunny Clark is a former serial entrepreneur and a ghostwriter who provides consulting to human rights causes, and to a select clientele.
Writer, editor, brand consultant, researcher, filmmaker.
Planting People Growing Justice Leadership Inst.
The mission of Planting People Growing Justice Leadership Institute is to inspire, educate and empower tomorrow's leaders. PPGJ provides leadership, social justice advocacy, and restorative justice training.
Looking for lawyers, journalist human rights and civil rights advocates, public at large, writers who can write a real tragic human story real story to be told in books, publications, movies!.
Klein Civil Rights
The attorneys at Klein Civil Rights focus exclusively on civil rights matters. Our background, skill, and competence have set us apart as one of the leading civil rights law firms in New York City.
Engel & Martin, LLC
Engel & Martin, LLC is a boutique law firm composed entirely of former prosecutors. We offer more than thirty-five years of experience in challenging and high profile criminal matters, civil rights issues, and appeals.
CrowdLaw.net #1 online platform for Advocates, providing access to justice for all through community and channel support. Join us & Start Your Campaign Today!
The Coalition For Change,Inc. (C4C)
The Coalition for Change, Inc. (C4C) is a volunteer non-profit civil rights advocacy organization and support network for former and present employees who have been injured or ill-treated due to workplace discrimination and/or reprisal.
Human Rights Public Affairs Office & Organization
International Human Rights Watch and Public Affairs Organisation; Primarily in Europe, Russia, and the Middle East.
Helping aliens with all their problems. Providing assistance as a last ditch measure for aliens at the brink of deportation.
Education, Advocacy, and Support for those affected by life threatening food allergies/anaphylaxis for the safety and inclusion of these individuals with this hidden disability.
Los Angeles Urban League Young Professionals
The Los Angeles Urban League Young Professionals (LAULYP), comprised of African-American professionals ages 21 to 40, is an auxiliary of the Los Angeles Urban League (LAUL).
Manhattan Country School
Manhattan Country School teaches students in a community with no racial majority and broad economic diversity. MCS is unique among NYC schools in having a Catskill-based 180-acre working farm integral to the curriculum and a sliding scale for tuition.
THE MARCH: A Civil Rights Opera
THE MARCH Civil Rights Arts Project dramatizes the impact and legacy of the civil rights movement era through theater, opera and dance.
The Fourth Letter Media
The Fourth Letter Media is a non profit organization that serves to provide educational, financial, and social programs for minorities separated from mainstream educational and social services due to legal, systemic, and/or environmental barriers.
Civil Rights Restored, Inc.
A not-for-profit organization which helps those convicted of criminal offenses to get their civil rights restored once they have paid their debt to society.
Los Angeles Urban League
The Los Angeles Urban League is at the forefront of identifying and addressing issues that are of concern to African Americans and other minorities in the City of Los Angeles for 90 years.
To Empower Youth through Educational Scholarships.
We gave our first Academic Scholarship June of 2010 and just gave our second May 2011.
The Westbrook Foundation is a 501C-3 Non-Profit Corporation.
Kaye, McLane & Bednarski, LLP
As Los Angeles criminal defense and civil rights attorneys, Kaye, McLane & Bednarski, LLP pride themselves on their outstanding achievements in defending their clients.
Jill Wakeman Foundation
The JWF is a non-profit created to honor Jill Wakeman, who has been serving the community and fighting for equality for over 50 years. The JWF focuses on the pursuit of equality of all people regardless of gender, race, or beliefs.
New York Urban League Young Professionals
The New York Urban League Young Professionals is a auxiliary group that promotes and supports the mission of the New York Urban League by training the next generation of leaders through volunteer opportunities, personal and professional development .
Susan Klopfer is an author, speaker and consultant who focuses on diversity and civil rights. The former editor for Prentice Hall holds degrees from Hanover College and Indiana Wesleyan. Two of her eBooks have been nominated for Global eBook Awards.
AshevilleUnited: a campaign which promises to empower the community, improve the city through innovation, break down barriers that divide and isolate its citizens, and eliminate discrimination in employment, healthcare, education and housing.
The Benefit Network
Nonprofit 501(c)3 grassroots organization in Venice, CA. Our purpose is to produce benefit events & projects to raise awareness & funds for worthy causes i.e. homelessness, environment, peace, etc.
Building Life Foundations
Building Life Foundations Nonviolence Center is dedicated to research, education, and training in the principles, philosophy, and methodology of Kingian Nonviolence after Dr. Martin L. King Jr.
NAAFA.org - 1 followers
Founded in 1969, NAAFA is a non-profit civil rights organization dedicated to ending size discrimination. Our goal is for people of size to be accepted with dignity and equality and will pursue this goal through advocacy, public education, and support.
Islip Town Branch NAACP
The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination.
HAITIAN-AMERICAN GRASSROOTS COALITION, (HAGC) INC.
The Haitian-American Grassroots Coalition is a leading Human Rights and Civil Rights Group advocating for the rights of Haitian Nationals seeking safe haven in countries such as the United States and the Caribbean. It pursues fair and equal treatment.