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Program: Human Rights

The Ahimsa Collective

The Ahimsa Collective works to address harm in ways that foster wholeness for everyone. The Ahimsa Collective works in deep community with people who have committed an act of violence, survivors of violence, and families impacted by harm. This grant provides general support for The Ahimsa Collective to provide restorative justice responses outside the state …

Californians United for a Responsible Budget

Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB) is a statewide coalition of more than 80 grassroots organizations with a mission to reduce the number of incarcerated people in California; reduce the number of prisons and jails in California; and shift wasteful spending away from incarceration and toward healthy community investments. CURB is a project of …

Solutions NOT Punishment Collaborative

Solutions NOT Punishment Collaborative (SnapCo) is a Black trans and queer-led collective that builds safety within its community, investing in collective leadership and building political power. SnapCo envisions a vibrant, radically inclusive metro Atlanta where all people are safe and free, and have the opportunity to thrive as their authentic selves. SnapCo is a project …

Somos Siembra

Somos Siembra is a grassroots organization focused on defending North Carolina communities from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), abusive employers and landlords, and bad politicians. This grant provides general support for Somos Siembra to organize workers to combat wage theft and win back stolen wages, and respond to and resist ICE detentions at probation …

Pure Justice

Pure Justice is a Black-led membership organization that aims to transform the criminal legal system and remove economic barriers for formerly-incarcerated individuals in Harris County, Texas. Driven by Black and Brown Houstonians who have been impacted by the criminal legal system, Pure Justice uses grassroots organizing, civic engagement, and policy advocacy to break the cycle …

Formerly Incarcerated, Convicted People and Families Movement

The Formerly Incarcerated, Convicted People and Families Movement (FICPFM) is a national advocacy network of civil and human rights organizations led by people with conviction histories and their family members. FICPFM advocacy areas include pre-trial justice, prosecutorial accountability, felony re-enfranchisement, and post-conviction housing discrimination. FICPFM is fiscally sponsored by Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs (SEE), a …

Asian Prisoner Support Committee

Asian Prisoner Support Committee (APSC) provides direct support to Asian and Pacific Islander (API) prisoners and formerly incarcerated API individuals, and also raises awareness about the growing number of APIs being imprisoned, detained, and deported. APSC is part of a large network of social justice groups known as Asian Americans for Civil Rights and Equality …

The Mass Liberation Fund

The Mass Liberation Fund (MLF) is fiscally sponsored by Tides Foundation. MLF was launched in 2019 to bolster the growing movement to end mass incarceration and abolish the criminal legal system as we know it. This grant supports the work of MLF, including conducting capacity building efforts among directly-impacted organizers and grassroots non-profit organization leaders …

Women on the Rise GA

Women on the Rise GA is fiscally sponsored by Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs, Inc. Founded in 2013, Women on the Rise is a grassroots organization led by women of color who are targeted and/or impacted by the criminal legal system, working to educate, heal, and empower communities to demand justice, dignity and liberation for all. …