Alliance of Families for Justice

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At-A-Glance:  In early 2020, the emergence of the COVID crisis presented a critical moment for raising awareness of criminal justice reform and the personal experiences of incarcerated individuals and their families. The Alliance of Families for Justice, an advocacy group of-and-for the families of incarcerated New Yorkers and their loved ones, wanted to amplify key … Read more

Animal Farm Foundation

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At-A-Glance:  Animal Farm Foundation (AFF) works at the intersection of animal and human rights. They aim to end archaic breed restriction laws that perpetuate unequal housing policies that are racist, classist, and ableist. For most of the organization’s 36 year existence, their team has proudly worked behind the scenes without focus on building awareness for … Read more

Futurist Rohit Talwar on Thinking the Unthinkable and Reframing Positions of Power to Positions of Responsibility

The Aftermath of Crises - The Next Normal

We kick off our 5th season with Rohit Talwar, the CEO of Fast Future, a UK based research and insights business that specializes in the fields of futures and foresight. In this dialogue, Rohit and Vanessa discuss the implications of the groundbreaking events that have occurred in the first half of 2020.

Press Release: The Wakeman Agency Launches The Narrative Justice Project to Bring Equality to Media Representation

We are reclaiming the narrative

The Wakeman Agency announced the launch of The Narrative Justice Project (NJP), a tactical response to the continual misrepresentation and under-representation of people of color in the media. Through this community organizing initiative, people of color around the country will have access to free media training to learn how to leverage the media in times of crisis. The goal is to bring equality to media representation, ensuring the inclusion of diverse voices from across communities of color.

Color Of Change President, Rashad Robinson, on Presence Versus Power

At the helm of Color Of Change, the largest online racial justice organization in the country, Rashad Robinson’s reach and influence is undeniable. In this episode of the Social Change Diaries, Rashad reveals the core structure that makes Color Of Change so powerful. He talks about leading the successful campaign against credit companies who accepted money from hate groups- an effort that catalyzed everyday citizens into a powerful group of 1.4 million activists- and what celebrity and influence means from his vantage point.