COMMUNITY ORGANIZING EFFORTS
to effectively nurture grassroots social movements, and the diverse leaders that lead them, to foster community and civic leadership.
Bay Rising – Regional coalition that focuses on policy change to improve the lives of low-income communities throughout the Bay Area region.
Black Alliance for Just Immigration – Led by Opal Tometi, co-founder of Black Lives Matter, BAJI educates and engages African American and black immigrant communities to advocate for immigration policies and justice.
California Immigrant Policy Center – CIPC advances inclusive policies that build a prosperous future for all Californians using policy analysis, advocacy and capacity building to unlock the power of immigrants in California.
Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity – engages people of diverse faiths in the movement for immigrant justice, and supports the needs of migrant youth and families.
Oakland Rising – educates and mobilizes Oakland residents to engage in organizing and voter engagement on the issues that most impact their lives.
San Francisco Rising – is a new grassroots alliance that builds the political power of working class communities of color in San Francisco.
PROMOTE ACCESS TO CITIZENSHIP
to help eligible immigrants become naturalized citizens of the United States.
San Francisco Pathways to Citizenship Initiative – Launched in partnership with TSFF, the initiative promotes citizenship and civic participation among San Francisco’s citizenship-eligible immigrants. The program is successful because of the general support of volunteers, interpreters, and legal professionals that assist with free naturalization workshops.
Connect with organizations and other innovative platforms to be in part of a larger social justice community.
Bay Resistance – A powerful new network prepared to share rapid response alerts to mobilize against threats to diverse communities in the Bay Area.
Courage Campaign – An online community powered by more than 1.3 million members to combine digital tools with grassroots community organizing. The campaign uses email, social media, petitions, offline events and data-driven outreach to educate public opinion, mobilize action, and hold our leaders accountable.
Indivisible Guide – A practical toolkit that demystifies congressional advocacy and encourages individuals to be civically engaged.
CREDO – CREDO has created a unique business that integrates consumer services with activism and philanthropy.
FWD.us – Started by key leaders in the tech community to promote policies to keep the United States and its citizens competitive in a global economy—including comprehensive immigration reform and education reform.
Learn how The San Francisco Foundation is advancing racial and economic equity in the region.
What History Tells Us – History tells us that no matter the outcomes of national and local elections, we must continue to work diligently to advance racial and economic equity.
Equity Agenda: People, Place and Power – Our challenge is to ensure that everyone can thrive and reach their full potential. This is not only a moral imperative, but it’s also an economic necessity.
An Equity Profile of San Francisco Bay Area – Produced by PolicyLink and PERE, the Program for Environmental and Regional Equity at the University of Southern California, this study concludes that equitable growth is the path to sustained economic prosperity for the Bay Area.
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