HCC’s Decade of
Cultivating Healing

Movement Strategy Center Celebrates Ten Years of Healing Clinic CollectiveCelebrating a decade of unwavering commitment to community health and healing, the Healing Clinic Collective (HCC) marks its tenth anniversary with a sense of accomplishment and purpose. Since its inception, HCC has been a beacon of hope and support for communities, offering accessible…

Gender Just Climate Solutions with Jane Fonda and Jacqui Patterson

A Climate Week Gathering Highlights Small Projects, Big Impacts, and the Work of WomenClimate Week NYC — the largest annual climate event of its kind — offers in-person, hybrid, and online events and activities for activists, businesses, and politicians from all over the world. Hosted by Climate Group, an international nonprofit that supports climate action, the…

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

Movement Strategy Center Explores Architecture, Community Engagement, and Mentorship with Walter HuntAt the core of the environmental movement is a vision to reshape and align our communities toward a regenerative relationship with the earth. At Movement Strategy Center (MSC), we’re not just embracing this vision; we’re cultivating the leaders who…

Growing Hope: Cultivating a Resilient Future in
Sandbranch, Texas

Movement Strategy Center Shares the Sandbranch Revitalization Fund’s ProgressSandbranch’s relationship with water paints a poignant narrative of resilience. The absence of safe, clean water reverberates throughout the entire fabric of the community, touching upon every aspect of life — people, productivity, and the natural world alike. Yet, amid these…

365 Days After Ferguson: Vision More Than Ever

More Than Ever We Need to Come Together to Realize Transformative Change by Aisha ShillingfordOriginally published on August 8, 2015. One year after Michael Brown’s murder and the uprising in Ferguson, we need vision more than ever. As a Black woman, I know that we must aggressively imagine what it looks like when we are free, that there must be a prize to set…

Photo credit: Tiffany D. Brown Photography.

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 StrugglesAs the nationwide replacement for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 988 aimed to revolutionize crisis support in the United States. This three-digit number represents a significant milestone in the field, providing a confidential and free lifeline…

In Memoriam:
ibrahim abdul-matin

Movement Strategy Center Remembers ibrahim abdul-matin, Environmental Activist, Urban Strategist, and Dear Friend of the MSC EcosystemIt is with heavy hearts that we mourn the loss of ibrahim abdul-matin, a bright, playful spirit who made a lasting impact as an environmental activist, urban strategist, and beloved friend. At 46, he leaves behind his devoted wife…

A Deeper Dive Into Felix Cove Flora

Movement Strategy Center Explores Point Reyes National Seashore with FSP Alliance For Felix CoveThis spring, the MSC communications team had the opportunity to tour Felix Cove, an enchanting corner of the Point Reyes National Seashore in northern California. The visit was led by Theresa Harlan, visionary founder and executive director of the Alliance for Felix…

Four people stand in front of a wall of botanical greenery at the Conservatory of Flowers in San Francisco

MSC’s Advancement Team Meets in the Hills of Oakland for Team Building

Movement Strategy Center’s Advancement Team Met in Person for the First Time for Strategy, Culture, and Fun by David MalinowskiOriginating from Arizona, Florida, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, and Texas, MSC’s Advancement team converged in the hills of Oakland, CA for their first in-person retreat. Meeting together in person for the first time helped the team…

Love, Artistry, and Movement at the Queer Afro Latin Dance Fest

Movement Strategy Center Proudly Sponsors a Weekend of Mesmerizing DanceMovement Strategy Center (MSC) recently co-sponsored the fifth annual Queer Afro Latin Dance Fest in San Jose, CA. This incredible annual event showcases extraordinary talent and passion within the dance community — with dancers, instructors, and participants traveling in from all over the…