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The Winners of the 2020 Racial Equity Grant
Senior Fellows Jalyn Radziminski, Jasmine Rashid, Michael Scott, and Samson Lim will receive grants to create new initiatives or further their existing projects that focus on racial justice in the US.
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The Alfred Landecker Foundation and Humanity in Action announce 2020 Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellows
Today, the Alfred Landecker Foundation, in partnership with Humanity in Action, has announced the participants of its inaugural Democracy Fellowship.
Bilateral Comparative Social Cohesion Forum
The Foundation EVZ and Humanity in Action will hold a virtual Bilateral Comparative Social Cohesion Forum from October 27 to 28, 2020. Delegations from Germany and the United States will explore the complex and contested relationship among aspects of “Social Cohesion and Combustion.”
How to Fix Democracy Live Session 5
How to Fix Democracy held a live session with guests Sara Minkara, Allister Chang, Danielle Goonan, and Matt Haney on October 13, 2020. Hosted by Andrew Keen, they discussed the relationship of democracy to work, civic government, inclusion, and literacy.
With How to Fix Democracy, we unravel the fragile state of our democracies in Europe and the United States.
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PAX Power to the People x HIA Talks: Activism: profession, hobby, or lifestyle?
In the context of the National Peace Week 2020, Humanity in Action The Netherlands, in collaboration with PAX Power to the People, organized the event ACTIVISM: PROFESSION, HOBBY, OR LIFESTYLE? On Sunday September 20th, 2020, we spoke with several ‘changemakers’ about their activism.
Congressman John Lewis: An Offscreen Moment
The solemnity only deepened when the smallest of the three boys said, “I want to be like you when I grow up.” To which the Congressman replied, “We need you now.”
In Memory of Breonna Taylor
In response to the murder of Breonna Taylor, a 26-year old black woman murdered in her sleep by police in Louisville, Kentucky, Senior Fellow Melissa Serrano wrote this poem to honor her life and death at the hands of an unjust justice system.
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Talking About Inequality
Tess Luttikhuis and Annelie Boeren developed a short intersectional educational program and discussed the theme of inequality in Dutch society with first-year secondary school students through an interactive game.
Wheels: A Vocational Program for Roma Girls
Through the Wheels program, Senior Fellow Rafaela Tsinafournioti introduces Roma girls to a variety of professions through discussion, activities, and interviews with professionals.
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