What if your neighbors were active and engaged, and your community looked out for, planned for, and supported one another? These organizations support organized participation in individual and collective actions that intend to identify, amplify, and address issues of public concern for all people.

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EARTHseed Farm by Sankofa Project


EARTHseed Farm is a 14-acre solar-powered organic farm and orchard located on the ancestral lands of the Coast Miwok…

A group of people working together in office chairs at Facilitating Power

Facilitating Power


Facilitating Power works to create a thriving culture of participation in which communities work together to solve…

A black man wearing a jean jacket and navy beanie with his arms crossed for Full Spectrum Labs

Full Spectrum Labs


Full Spectrum Capital Labs (FSL) is ​​an incubator-accelerator that brings people, ideas, and capital together to grow…

A mural by Cece Carpio featuring BIPOC history of spirituality and well-being for Healing Clinic Collective

Healing Clinic Collective


Healing Clinic Collective (HCC) encourages re-engagement to a sacred way of relating to ourselves as whole people. With…

A large group of people part of the HEAL Food Alliance

HEAL Food Alliance


The Health, Environment, Agriculture and Labor Food Alliance (HEAL) is a national multi-sector, multi-racial coalition…

A rack of bananas, half yellow and half green, with a sign above them that reads 'HOME?' for Intelligent Mischief

Intelligent Mischief


Intelligent Mischief is a creative studio and design lab whose purpose is to unleash Black imagination to shape a…

Just Community Energy Transition (Past Project)


The Just Community Energy Transition Project (JCET) catalyzes, convenes, and facilitates community-driven strategies…

A black hand holding a handful of green crops. Text in the upper left corner reads: Kilomba Collective

Kilomba Collective


Kilomba Collective is the first collective of Black Brazilian immigrant women in the United States and connects Black…

Ana Perez presenting a chart on an easel for Latinx Racial Equity Project

Latinx Racial Equity Project


The Latinx Racial Equity Project (LREP) exists to train and empower Latinos to lead from a framework of decolonization…

A crowd of people posing for a group photo for Positive Women's Network

Positive Women’s Network – USA


Positive Women’s Network - USA (PWN-USA) is a national membership body of women living with HIV. It was founded in 2008…