Advising and supporting the following organizations:
Africans Rising is a Pan-African movement of people and organisations, working for justice, peace and dignity. We are determined to foster an Africa-wide solidarity and unity of purpose of the Peoples of Africa to build the Future we want – a right to peace, social inclusion and shared prosperity. Africans Rising amplifies broad demands connecting struggles, building solidarity & cooperation within & amongst campaigns for social, economic, environmental and gender justice. We do this with movements, people, civil society organisations, governments, artists, business, and others – based on our shared support for the Kilimanjaro Declaration.
The Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity aspire to build an enduring network of leaders dedicated to working across issues, approaches, and geographies to create the institutions, narratives, and policies that will advance racial equity and justice. The program brings together accomplished individuals from diverse backgrounds to incubate new strategies for addressing, dismantling, and transforming the power structures that subjugate black people. Fellows explore the origins of structural racism and the mechanisms through which it operates; participate in collaborative vision and strategy-building for societal transformation; and engage with different perspectives and approaches for building a just and equitable world.
BAJI educates and engages African American and black immigrant communities to organize and advocate for racial, social and economic justice. Local BAJI Organizing Committees in New York, Georgia, California and Arizona build coalitions and initiate campaigns among communities to push for racial justice. At the local and regional level, BAJI provides training and technical assistance to partner organizations to develop leadership skills, works with faith communities to harness their prophetic voice, and initiates vibrant dialogues with African Americans and black immigrants to discover more about race, our diverse identities, racism, migration and globalization. BAJI’s flagship project is the Black Immigration Network (BIN), a national alliance that brings together black-led organizations and programs to advance just immigration policies and promote cultural shifts our communities need. The BIN kinship provides a safe, communal space for diverse black communities to connect, engage and advocate for equality and justice for all.
The Black Lives Matter Global Network is a chapter-based, member-led organization whose mission is to build local power and to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes.
We are expansive. We are a collective of liberators who believe in an inclusive and spacious movement. We also believe that in order to win and bring as many people with us along the way, we must move beyond the narrow nationalism that is all too prevalent in Black communities. We must ensure we are building a movement that brings all of us to the front.
We affirm the lives of Black queer and trans folks, disabled folks, undocumented folks, folks with records, women, and all Black lives along the gender spectrum. Our network centers those who have been marginalized within Black liberation movements.
PANiDMR is an African-led formation that brings together voices of Africans in the continent and the diaspora, to promote the well being and interests of migrants, refugees and stateless persons from Africa.PANiDMR was established at a conference in Bamako, Mali in July 2010 among 36 stakeholder organizations from throughout the Africa region. The mission is the inclusion of Africa in global platforms of policy discourse on migrants’ rights and including advocating on those forced to leave because of climate change, conflict, violations of land and food, economic and political rights. The Network was established in June 2010 in Bamako, Mali among multiple stakeholders from Africa and the diaspora and works closely with global partners who uphold similar principles to protect and advance the rights of migrants.