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Albany African American Cultural Center
The African American Cultural Center of the Capital Region, Inc. is a nonprofit organization committed to educating, enriching, and empowering residents through educational, cultural and performing arts, programs, activities, and exhibits.
Albany Food Not Bombs
Providing free vegan community meals and groceries to the Albany community.
Capital Roots works to reduce the impact of poor nutrition on public health in New York’s Capital Region by organizing community gardens, providing healthy food access, offering nutritional and horticultural education for all ages and coordinating urban greening programs.
Feed Albany is a 501(c)3 and NYS registered charity which provides at-risk and in-need individuals in Albany, New York and the Greater Capital Region with access to prepared & packaged meal solutions by utilizing commercial kitchens, unemployed restaurant workers, volunteers and the use of donated vehicles to produce, package and distribute prepared meal solutions.
Free Food Fridge Albany
A network of free community fridges in Albany NY and the Capital Region, providing free food while helping fight food injustice and food deserts.
The Free School
Founded in 1969, The Free School in Albany, NY is the longest running inner-city independent alternative school in the US. They provide a unique alternative to traditional models of education by offering children a self-directed approach to their learning. Students at the school flourish in a nurturing environment that allows them the freedom to chart their own course of learning while fostering emotional growth and inter-personal skills.
In Our Own Voices
In Our Own Voices works for and ensures the physical, mental, spiritual, political, cultural
and economic survival and growth of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people of color communities.
Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless
Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless (IPH) addresses the needs of the homeless and low-income community by providing a continuum of services to encourage self-sufficiency, empowerment, and stability.
Noteworthy Resources - Albany
Noteworthy Resources hosts a variety of networking, educational & empowering workshops to build & enhance individuals' sense of belonging in their community. We provide resources that focus on community & individual needs regarding self-esteem, resiliency, wellness, mental health, personal &/or entrepreneurial growth.
The Okra Project
The Okra Project is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever they can reach them.
South End Children's Cafe
The South End Children's Cafe impacts food insecurity, addresses food equality and food justice, enhances academic success and positively influences the physical and mental health of children living in and around the Albany's South End by offering free, healthy dinner time meals along with homework help and other enrichment programs.
The Vegetable Project
The Vegetable Project in Albany, N.Y., established in 2009, creates hands-on learning opportunities for school-aged kids, that involve science, the environment, entrepreneurship, tasting really fresh food, and responsibility for care of living things by growing vegetables and other plants.
Youth FX Film
Youth FX primarily works with young people of color who reside in the South End, Arbor Hill and West Hill neighborhoods of Albany, NY, areas that have been historically under served and in need of meaningful opportunities for training and engagement in new digital media technology. Youth FX participants engage in their communities by creating documentary and short fiction films that reflect their understanding and vision of the world around them as well as their imagined futures.
Don't Shoot - PDX
Don’t Shoot Portland is Black-led and community driven. Founded in 2014 by Teressa Raiford, we are a direct community action plan that advocates for accountability to create social change. Our organizing and activism work include educational workshops to support the outreach of our continued advocacy as first respondents and has helped community members contribute through direct engagement and legislative value.
Oregon Justice Resource Center
Our goal is to promote civil rights and improve legal representation for communities that have often been underserved in the past: people living in poverty and people of color among them.
PDX Alliance for Self-Care
At PDX ASC, our mission is to connect marginalized and vulnerable communities with self-care resources, practitioners, education, events, and advocacy. We offer diversity training for practitioners who want to support our vision of community care by providing self-care resources. Our trainings will also be available to the public as we believe everyone benefits from better understanding the obstacles that keep the most vulnerable among us from accessing safer, more inclusive, accessible, and intersectional self-care resources.
Rosehip Medics Collective
The Rosehip Medic Collective is a group of volunteer Street Medics and health care activists active in Portland, Oregon. We provide first aid and emergency care at protests, direct actions, and other sites of resistance and struggle. We also train other street medics and put on community wellness trainings. We believe in democratizing health care knowledge and skills, in reducing our community’s dependence on corporate medicine, and that strong networks of support and care are essential to building a sustainable, long-term movement for collective liberation.
Philadelphia Bail Fund
The Philadelphia Bail Fund pays bail at the earliest possible moment for people who are indigent and cannot afford bail — ideally before they are transferred from their holding cell to jail. The Philadelphia Bail Fund also subjects the impact of its work to evaluation and uses the results to educate policymakers and lobby for reform.
Café Mamajuana hopes to connect the people of Burlington with Dominican, Afro-Caribbean and Spanish culture by using food as a vessel of tradition, nostalgia and identity. They hope to illuminate how their cuisine came to be by drawing attention to the history of the trans-Atlantic slave trade and the culinary treasures it produced. Sourcing their ingredients and market products from ethical and sustainable sources, and buying local whenever they can, is top priority at Mamajuana.