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July Grantee Spotlight: Ella Baker Center & Californians for Justice

July 26, 2017

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July Grantee Spotlight
 
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  Ella Baker Center & Californians for Justice
  Ella Baker’s Night Out for Safety & Liberation, Photo Credit: Brooke Anderson  
The 16 racial justice organizations that are currently part of Akonadi Foundation’s Arc Toward Justice Fund (ATJ) are building collective power to shape the policies and systems that affect communities of color in Oakland.
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June Newsletter

June 27, 2017

JUNE 2017 ISSUE
 
 Letter from the President Grant Partner Spotlight: Bay Area Black Workers Center & Black Organizing Project Welcome Vanessa Camarena-Arredondo to Akonadi Foundation So Love Can Win Grantee Convening
LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT By: Lateefah Simon Just less than a year ago, I stepped enthusiastically into my role as President of the Akonadi Foundation.

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Strengthening Our Movement in Times of Resistance

March 14, 2017

Newsletter March 2017 Arc Toward Justice: Strengthening Our Movement in Times of Resistance Farewell to Akonadi- and to Oakland Using Feedback to Strengthen Our Work Lateefah Simon in Conversation with Gloria Steinem Strengthening Our Movement in Times of Resistance By: Gina Acebo, Deputy Director   Recently, Akonadi Foundation convened our Arc Toward Justice Fund grantees to discuss how we can deepen the movement to achieve racial justice in Oakland and beyond during this time of re-imagining and resistance.
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Transforming Culture In Oakland

December 20, 2016

December 2016 Newsletter Announcing 2016-17 Arc Toward Justice Grant Partners Grantee Spotlight Akonadi Receives Outstanding Foundation Award Join us in Welcoming Pati Ortega Akonadi Foundation Awards $1.3 million in Oakland  By: Gina Acebo We are excited to announce that, as part of our Arc Toward Justice Fund, the Akonadi Foundation Board of Directors has approved $1.3 million in general support and project grants to 16 racial justice organizations focused on grassroots organizing in Oakland. 
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