American Friends Service Committee
Applied Research Center
Advancing racial justice through research, advocacy and journalism.
Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund
Connecting Black filmmakers and fans of Black cinema worldwide.
Black Media Foundation
The Black Media Foundation was co-founded in 1993 by Natalie Byfield and Clarence Sheppard to among other things, address the under-representation of minorities in the media.
BMF's vision is to create socially conscious media and media professionals. We view increasing the numbers of journalists of color as an important part of creating socially conscious media.
A socially conscious media professional is someone who pursues storytelling about people, places, and issues typically ignored by the mainstream. A socially conscious media professional is also aware of the history of the communities he/she tells stories about and someone who understands the power the media has to shape lives
Black Radical Congress
The purpose of the Black Radical Congress (BRC) is to promote dialogue among African American activists and scholars on the left; to discuss critical issues on the national and international scene that pertain to the Black community; to explore new strategies and directions for progressive political, social and cultural movements; and to renew the Black radical movement through increased unified action.
Black Renaissance Noire
Black Renaissance/Renaissance Noire publishes essays. poetry, fiction, photography, art, and reviews that address the full range of contemporary Black concerns. It invites Black genius to apply itself to the realities of twenty-first century with uncompromised thought, generous and readable analysis, and commentary.
Border Crossers brings together young students from segregated neighborhoods in New York City to explore issues of discrimination, inequality, and social justice, and to develop student leadership toward lasting social change.
Center for Third World Organizing
Coalition of Black Trade Unionists
CBTU is not a black separatist or civil rights organization. It is the fiercely independent voice of black workers within the trade union movement, challenging organized labor to be more relevant to the needs and aspirations of Black and poor workers.
Currently in its 9th year of publication, ColorLines is a leading national, multi-racial magazine devoted to the creativity and complexity of communities of color.
Committee Against Anti-Asian Violence (CAAAV)
CAAAV: Organizing Asian Communities, also known as Committee Against Anti-Asian Violence, was founded by Asian women in 1986 as one of the first organizations in the United States to mobilize Asian communities to counter anti-Asian violence.
DRUM - Desis Rising Up and Moving
Fellowship of Reconciliation
FIERCE - Fabulous Independent Educated Radicals for Community Empowerment
Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition
FUREE - Families United for Racial and Economic Equality
Families United for Racial and Economic Equality (FUREE) is a Brooklyn-based, multi-racial organization made up of almost exclusively women of color. FUREE organizes low-income families to build power to change the system so that all people's work is valued and all have the right and economic means to decide and live out their own destinies.
Jews for Racial & Economic Justice
Katrina Information Network
The Katrina Information Network (KIN) is a collaboration of groups in the Gulf and across the country to build power for change. Through e-advocacy, grassroots pressure, local actions, resolutions and selective buying, we can build greater pressure for what’s right.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender, Community Center
Make the Road New York
Make the Road New York promotes economic justice, equity and opportunity for all New Yorkers through community and electoral organizing, strategic policy advocacy, leadership development, youth and adult education, and high quality legal and support services.
Malcolm X Grassroots Movement
Massachusetts Global Action
Mobilization to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal
National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights
National Council of La Raza
New Immigrant Community Empowerment
Right to the City Alliance
SeeingBlack.com's arts, media and political coverage has been praised by critics and readers as "fresh," "sorely needed," as well as "wide-ranging, well-written and thoughtful." Describing us, MSNBC.com said, "Big words. Big thoughts. Big-hearted site."
The Black Commentator
An independent weekly internet magazine dedicated to the struggle for economic justice, social justice and peace. Commentary, analysis and investigatins on issues affecting African Americans and the African world.
The Black World Today
We are a collective of journalists, writers, artists, communicators and entrepreneurs who have banded together to use the information revolution as one means towards the overall empowerment of Black people in the United States and around the world.
In April 2006, the Sylvia Rivera Law Project in New York City contacted LGBT, prisoner rights, and human rights activists and attorneys across the country to create a national conversation about transgender imprisonment issues. Over the next year and a half, a vibrant coalition of local and national organizations came together to plan Transforming Justice, the first-ever national gathering of LGBTIQQ former prisoners, activists, attorneys, and community members to develop national priorities towards ending the criminalization and imprisonment of transgender communities.
Urban Justice Center
The Urban Justice Center serves New York City's most vulnerable residents through a combination of direct legal service, systemic advocacy, community education and political organizing.