Issue Area: Ethnic Equality

A Cultural Arts Project

Areas of Focus: – African Diaspora/African Descendents- Class & Race- Communications/Media- Educational Disparities- Indigenous Peoples- Internalized Racial Oppression- Juvenile Justice – Multiculturalism/Diversity- Police Brutality- Reparations and Compensatory Measures- Slavery/Trafficking- The Arts- Women of Color

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A Legal Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities ARCH

MissionARCH: A Legal Resource Centre for Persons with Disabilities is a specialty legal aid clinic dedicated to defending and advancing the equality-rights of persons with disabilities.ARCH proceeds on the following premises:- Persons with disabilities are confronted with unique legal challenges.- Persons with disabilities must have control over their own lives.- …

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A Partnership For Peace (P4P)

Weave a web for a blanket of peace, to cover all four corners of the world, all on one day, in The Spirit of The Olympics. In the process, place as many smiles on as many faces as possible. Promote Peace through Education for all children, of all nations, all …

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A. Philip Randolph Institute APRI

A. Philip Randolph and Bayard Rustin, APRl’s co-founders, the fight for workers’ rights and civil rights were inseparable.Randolph (1889-1979) was the greatest black labor leader in American history and the father of the modern American civil rights movement. Rustin (1912-1987), a leading civil rights and labor activist and strategist, was …

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AAUW – New Jersey

AAUW promotes equity for all women and girls, lifelong education, and positive societal change. In principle and in practice, AAUW values and seeks a diverse membership. There shall be no barriers to full participation in this organization on the basis of gender, race, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or …

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Es respaldar activamente la vigorización de la cultura y agricultura andina, mediante el acompañamiento de las familias campesinas en el proceso de la recuperación de la chacra y la agro biodiversidad, la reflexión y animación del saber campesino, el rescate de la tecnología tradicional y la cosmovisión de las poblaciones …

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ABANTU for Development

ABANTU For Development (ABANTU) is a registered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) established in 1991 by African women based in Europe. The organization has regional offices in Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria. The Regional Office for Eastern and Southern Africa ( ROESA) based in Nairobi, Kenya was set up in July 1995.ABANTU means …

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