Addressing and Accepting Conflict for Stronger Movements

MSC on Essential Mindset Shifts for Stronger MovementsWhat do you think of when you hear the word conflict? Maybe it’s that tense moment in a scary movie — spooky music and squeaking doors. Maybe it’s on the news — clashing heads of state and political unrest. Or, maybe it’s the shocking twist in that prestige drama you’re watching. Conflict is everywhere —…

BBQs, Barbers, & Beyond: After Incarceration’s Impact in Albany

Charting the Journey from Personal Transformation to Community SolidarityNavigating the path back into society after incarceration is a daunting task, made more challenging when coupled with the hardships of homelessness. Both reentry and homelessness, although different experiences, can lead to feelings of being undervalued or overlooked. This shared struggle…

Building Power Through Connection

A Convergence of Community, Collaboration, and Commitment Towards a Sustainable Future with When Black + Brown Go Green (WBBGG)Since its inception in 2018 in the San Gabriel Valley and Los Angeles, CA, where access to green spaces is not a given, When Black + Brown Go Green (WBBGG) has emerged as an intergenerational beacon for climate action and regenerative…

Gender Just Climate Solutions with Jane Fonda and Jacqui Patterson

A Climate Week Gathering Highlights Small Projects, Big Impacts, and the Work of Women

Shaping the Future of Environmental Justice:
A Conversation with MSC’s Environmental Fellow

Movement Strategy Center Explores Architecture, Community Engagement, and Mentorship with Walter Hunt

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988: Keeping up With
Tansy McNulty a Year After Launch

Movement Strategy Center Catches up With Founder and CEO of 1M4 to Discuss the Successes and StrugglesPhoto credit: Tiffany D. Brown Photography.

New Podcast on Hunters Point Naval Shipyard Features Advocates for Environmental Justice in San Francisco

MSC Chats with Breathe’s Tania Abdul, Journalist Rebecca Bowe, and Activist Renay Jenkins about the Series and Bayview-Hunters PointEarly this year, Breathe, a Bay Area fiscally sponsored project of MSC, partnered with freelance journalist Rebecca Bowe to release a three-part podcast called Sandblasted at the Shipyard. It covers the history of contamination at…

Moving Money Where it Matters

Movement Strategy Center on Shifting Philanthropic Power Dynamics Towards Interdependence and Resilience

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MSC’s Operations Team Volunteers in Support of Oakland Community and UPM, a Longtime FSP

Movement Strategy Center Staffers Recently Lent a Hand at Urban Peace Movement’s Scratch and Fade Event in OaklandTwo Black men cut to kids' hair with a third person and client tin the background.

Women’s History Made Today

MSC Chats with Errika Moore, Executive Director of STEM Funders Network (SFN), about Representation, Positive Influence, and Changing the Things She Can’t Accept