Shea Norris, Sovereign Seeds & Starts

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2017-07-17T06:05:43+00:00

Sovereign Seeds & Starts is a student-led fundraising effort focused on providing traditional and organic heirloom indigenous seeds and starts from all across Indian country and South and Central America to the Bay Area community through venues such as Pow Wows, community events, and farmers markets. The gardening and planting [...]

Arnulfo Gomez, Afretlain Mayan Genocide Reparation Project

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2017-07-05T06:06:19+00:00

The Afretlain Genocide Reparation Project is an initiative established by indigenous human rights and peace activist Arnulfo Gomez Oxlaj. The initiative aims to build the movement for justice and reconstruction for the K’iche’ Mayan people for the genocide perpetrated against them during the 36-year armed conflict in Guatemala. Arnulfo was [...]

Tisha M Bernard – I Choose Peace

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2017-07-05T14:21:55+00:00

I Choose Peace Academy is a program whose educational mission is to empower young leaders with the courage, compassion, empathy and leadership skills to create peace within themselves and their peers. I Choose Peace was created because bullying has become a national epidemic and suicide is the third leading cause [...]

Nicole Vazquez, No Human Is Illegal Mural

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2017-06-28T06:21:34+00:00

Nicole Vazquez will be working on a mural project in the Beach Flats Community in Santa Cruz, CA. Her mural will include images and text that was not approved for a City mural she was working on, particularly the phrase "No Human is Illegal." Nicole says: "I am promoting my [...]

Pravin Khandpasole, DISHA Helpline

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2017-03-09T09:14:10+00:00

DISHA is a non-government organization (NGO) in India. It works for rights and holistic restoration of victims of violent crimes and people at risk. DISHA's dream and goal is to bring ‘Equal Rights and Equal Access to Justice’ to those who are experiencing inequality. People’s genuine need for support and information led DISHA [...]

Maria Hinds, Surviving Solitary

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2017-02-02T00:16:17+00:00

Surviving Solitary is an exhibit that documents the personal belongings of Herman Wallace of the Angola 3 collected during his 42 years of solitary confinement in Louisiana state prisons. Led by artist Maria Hinds, the project is in collaboration with photographer Matthew Thompson, the now deceased Herman Wallace and other [...]

Hajjat Nagudi, Organizing Urban Women for Uganda

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2017-01-27T06:05:09+00:00

By Suzan Wilmot, who selected this project to receive a flow fund grant. Nagudi is a member of the Women's Movement residing in Kampala, Uganda. This young and fast growing nonviolent movement has helped scrap a bill to raise age limits of judges and the president who has been in [...]

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