Friday, August 26, 2016

Movement for Black Lives -- Policy Paper -- Organizations and People

People representing over fifty organizations were involved in developing the policy recommendations.

We are also going to look at the backgound of some of the members and organization who helped prepare the document.

Patrick Mason, National Economic and Social Rights Initiative
Anja Rudiger, National Economic & Social Rights Initiative
Cathy Albisa, National Economic & Social Rights Initiative
Karl Kumodzi, Black Youth Project 100, Blackbird

Thena Robinson Mock, Education Law Center
Ruth Jeannoel, Power U Center for Social Change
Rachel Gilmer, Dream Defenders
Chelsea Fuller, Advancement Project
Marbre Stahly-Butts, Center for Popular Democracy

Mark-Anthony Johnson, Dignity & Power Now
Rachel Herzing
Mary Hooks, Southerners on New Ground

Black Alliance for Just Immigration
Black Youth Project 100 (BYP100)
Project South
Southerners On New Ground
Philadelphia Student Union
Alliance for Educational Justice
Black Lives Matter Network
Dream Defenders
Baltimore Bloc
Freedom Inc.
Organization for Black Struggle
Highlander Research and Education Center
Million Hoodies Movement for Justice
The National Conference of Black Lawyers
Black Women’s Blueprint
Ella Baker Center for Human Rights
SpiritHouse Inc.
The Worker’s Center for Racial Justice
The BlackOut Collective
Open Democracy Project at Crescent City Media Group
National Black Food and Justice Alliance
Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth
Dignity and Power Now
Center for Media Justice
Environmental Justice Advocates of Minnesota
BIG: Blacks in Green
Mothers Against Police Brutality
Color of Change
Black Leadership Organizing Collaborative
Black Liberation Collective
Black Organizing for Leadership & Dignity
Center for Constitutional Rights
People of Color Beyond Faith
Central Illinois CBTU
Racial Justice Action Center (RJAC)
Solutions Not Punishment Coalition (Snap Co.)
Million Women March Cleveland
The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy
Women of Color Network, Inc.
Right To The City
Freedom Side
Jobs With Justice
Philly Coalition for REAL Justice
Race Forward
Center For Third World Organizing
PICO’s Live Free Campaign
Southeast Asian Freedom Network
National Economic & Social Rights Initiative
Center for Popular Democracy
Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign
Project NIA
Community Justice Network for Youth
Institute of the Black World 21st Century
National African American Reparations Commission
Brooklyn Movement Center
The Truth Telling Project
New York State Prisoner Justice Network
Good Jobs Now
The Ordinary People’s Society
People’s Justice Project
Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment
Urban Youth Collaborative
European Reparations Commission (ERC)
Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ)

Organizations working on this topic

Advancement Project
Alliance for Educational Justice
Dignity in Schools Campaign
Genders & Sexualities Alliance Network
NAACP Legal Defense Fund

Alliance for Quality Education (New York)
Baltimore Algebra Project (Baltimore)
Boston Youth Organizing Project (Boston)
Community Justice Project (Miami)
Critical Exposure (District of Columbia)
DeSoto County Parents and Students for Justice (Mississippi)
Dream Defenders (Florida)
Desis Rising Up and Moving (New York)
Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children (New Orleans)
Girls for Gender Equity (New York)
Labor Community Strategies Center (Los Angeles)
Nollie Jenkins Family Center (Mississippi)
One Voice (Mississippi)
Padres y Jóvenes Unidos (Denver)
Philadelphia Student Union (Philly)
Power U Center for Social Change (Miami)
Portland Parents Union (Portland)
Project South (Atlanta)
Racial Justice Now! (Ohio)
Rethink (New Orleans)
SpiritHouse (North Carolina)
Tenants and Workers United (Virginia)
Tunica Teens in Action (Mississippi)
Urban Youth Collaborative (New York)
Voices of Youth in Chicago Education (Chicago)
Youth Justice Coalition (Los Angeles)
Youth United for Change (Philly)

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