Grants - 2014

Economic Justice

Enlace - $30,000
Portland, OR
Renewed support for strategic alliance of low-wage worker organizations

Food Chain Workers Alliance - $30,000
Los Angeles, CA
Renewed support of efforts to improve the wages and working conditions of food system workers

Interfaith Action of Southwest Florida - $25,000
Immokalee, FL
Renewed support of joint work with Coalition of Immokalee Workers in support of low-wage farmworkers in Florida

International Labor Rights Forum -  $30,000
Washington, DC
Renewed support of SweatFree Communities' campaign to end public purchasing from sweatshops

NAACP Local Action Fund - $25,000
San Francisco, CA
Support of pro-democracy organizing in North Carolina

New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice - $25,000
New Orleans, LA
Renewed support of efforts to foster economic justice for low income African American and immigrant workers in New Orleans

Northwest Arkansas Workers' Justice Center - $25,000
Springdale, AR
Renewed support of efforts to improve working conditions for low-wage workers

Project South - $30,000
Atlanta, GA
Renewed support of regional movement building

Sunflower Comunity Action - $25,000
Wichita, KS
Support for community organizing for good jobs in Kansas

Transnational Institute for Grassroots Research and Action - $25,000
Oakland, CA
Renewed support of efforts to organize and harness the economic power of immigrants

United Workers Association - $30,000
Baltimore, MD
Renewed support of the Fair Development campaign

Warehouse Workers for Justice - $25,000
Chicago, IL
Support of efforts to improve working conditions for low-wage warehouse workers in Chicago

Workers Center for Racial Justice - $25,000
Chicago, IL
Support of efforts to promote sustainable and living wage employment for Black workers in Chicago

Workers Defense Project - $30,000
Austin, TX
Renewed support of efforts to achieve fair and safe employment for low income, immigrant workers in Texas

Workers Interfaith Network - $25,000
Memphis, TN
Renewed support for the Memphis Workers' Center

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Environmental Justice

Alaska Community Action on Toxics - $30,000
Anchorage, AK
Renewed support for work with tribal villages and other communities in Alaska to eliminate environmental contaminants

Black Mesa Water Coalition - $30,000
Flagstaff, AZ
Renewed support of work on environmental justice and economic development in Navajo and Hopi communities in northeastern Arizona

Center for Earth, Energy and Democracy - $25,000
Minneapolis, MN
Renewed support of work to strengthen grassroots environmental justice organizing in Minnesota and the Midwest

Citizens for Safe Water Around Badger - $25,000
Merrimac, WI
Renewed support for community efforts to ensure the full clean-up of Badger Army Ammunition Plant

Coal River Mountain Watch - $25,000
Whitesville, WV
Renewed support for efforts to stop mountaintop removal mining and build sustainable communities in the Coal River Valley  

Coastal Communities Collaborative - $25,000
Gray, LA
Renewed support of bayou communities' efforts to address food security, preserve indigenous culture and impact policy decisions on coastal land preservation

Data Center - $25,000
Oakland, CA
Renewed support of strategic research and training with local, social justice groups in the Southwest   

East Michigan Environmental Action Council - $25,000
Detroit, MI
Renewed support of the Stand Up! Speak Out! community organizing project

Edison Wetlands Association - $25,000
Edison, NJ
Renewed support for work with local communities impacted by dangerous contaminated sites

Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment - $25,000
Albuquerque, NM
Renewed support for efforts to address the impacts of uranium mining on public health, water resources and sacred places

National Family Farm Coalition - $25,000
Washington, DC
Renewed support of efforts to link family farmers in the U.S. with the global movement for food sovereignty

Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition - $25,000
Huntington, WV
Renewed support of regional organizing to stop mountaintop removal mining and protect drinking water from toxic coal sludge

Owe Aku - $25,000
Manderson, SD
Renewed support of grassroots campaign to stop the Keystone Pipeline and uranium mining that threaten Lakota sacred water and land

Powder River Basin Resource Council - $25,000
Sheridan, WY
Renewed support of work to protect Wyoming's environment and residents' health from the negative impacts of energy development

Statewide Organizing for Community eMpowerment (SOCM) - $25,000
Knoxville, TN
Renewed support of statewide, grassroots organizing on environmental justice issues

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