Black Organizing Project

ARC Toward Justice

Akonadi Foundation seeks to stop the criminalization of youth and young adults of color, end the school-to-prison pipeline, and build responses to harm that nurture wellness and well-being.
Visions From The Inside Art Installation with Mobilize Immigrant Vote and Culture Strike

Beloved Community Fund

The Beloved Community Fund supports impactful public cultural and art events and projects geared toward communities of color in Oakland.

Updates & Events

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    Beloved Community Fund Information Night

      BELOVED COMMUNITY FUND INFORMATION SESSIONS Please join us to learn about our Beloved CommunityRead more  »

    Africa in Oakland

    The “Africa in Oakland” Dance Zone at the Life is Living Festival will offer aRead more  »

    Exciting News from Our President

    Dear Friends, It is with great excitement that I announce my transition from the roleRead more  »

    Umoja Festival

    The Umoja Festival is a day long festival that promotes a well-rounded representation of theRead more  »
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    This Isn’t A Farewell

    Written by Melanie Cervantes, Akonadi Foundation Senior Program Officer In this current moment I findRead more  »
    Mural Unveiling event

    Town Roots, Oakland is Home

    67 Sueños’ project “Town Roots: Oakland is Home” will engage twelve youth and one leadRead more  »
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    2016, A Year of Anticipation and Promise

    Written by Quinn Delaney Although it is already February, it still feels like the beginningRead more  »

    Oakland Carnival Wellness Festival & March

    Oakland Carnival’s “Wellness Festival and March” will be held in Mosswood Park to offer publicRead more  »
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