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Right to the City Alliance

Right To The City Alliance (RTC) emerged in 2007 as a unified response to gentrification and a call to halt the displacement of low-income people, people of color, marginalized LGBTQ communities, and youths of color from their historic urban neighborhoods. We are a national alliance of racial, economic and environmental justice organizations.

Black Lives Matter D.C.

BLM DC is a radical collective of Black artists, infrastructure builders and movement healers and strategists from the future, organizing in the here and now around two movement equations. These equations inform how we live as our highest selves while dismantling White Supremacy, Patriarchy, Capitalism, Imperialism and the role the state plays in supporting them.

Forward Together

Forward Together unites communities to win rights, recognition and resources for all families. They transform culture and policy to work for all of us nationwide. Since their founding in 1989, they have continually fought to dismantle the ways our society marginalizes people based on race, sexuality, and gender. Today, they build courage and foster connection among a multi-racial community of changemakers to secure the rights, recognition and resources all families need to thrive.

18MillionRising.org

18MillionRising.org (18MR.org) brings Asian American communities together online and offline to reimagine Asian American identity with nuance, specificity, and power. They’re using Asian American identity as the foundation to build a more just and creative world where our experiences are affirmed, our leadership is valued, and all of us have the opportunity to thrive.

UCC OC (United Church of Christ)

For 50 years, the United Church of Christ has been a leader in the fight for media and technology that is more accessible and accountable to local communities — more local, more diverse, more just. Building on its legacy, today OC Inc. continues to hold the media accountable and fight for media diversity.