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Senior Fellow and 2020 Racial Equity Grantee Michael Scott and Managing Partner Helen Kramer launch Breaking Bread, a conversation series that assembles diverse identities to explore differing perspectives on controversial topics.
As an Action Project, Zeyneb developed the podcast series 'Framing', an audio documentary with the aim to better understand institutional racism. The first episode addresses the impact of the colonial past and the second episode deals with the court case against the military police for ethnic profiling. Recently, Zeyneb launched episode 3: Institutional solutions for an institutional problem.
The Financial Activist Playbook
Senior Fellow and 2020 Racial Equity Grantee Jasmine Rashid authors new Financial Playbook to help activists support financially disadvantaged individuals of the BIPOC community.
California Law Review in Context
Senior Fellow and Racial Equity Grantee Samson Lim launches CLR in Context in an effort to empower underrepresented voices in legal journalism as well as inspire new conversations around human-centered lawyering.
Racial Justice & Accessibility Fellowship
Racial Equity Grant Recipient Jalyn Radziminski-Smith launched the Racial Equity & Accessibility Fellowship at Count US In. The fellowship provided tools and resources to it's first cohort of 5 young activists to promote racial equity and accessibility in Indiana.
Pop-up Social-Civic events
Landecker Democracy Fellow Manny's project will bring to life a series of pop-up events. The goal of the pop-up series is to showcase programming that is both fun to attend, informational, inspiring, and a first step into civic involvement.
By the People
Lulu’s Landecker Democracy Fellowship project, By The People, is a dynamic learning collective of public sector and community leaders. By The People creates brave spaces for leaders, organizers, and advocates on the frontlines of local decision-making to grapple with how to tactically realize participatory local governance at scale.
Landecker Democracy Fellow Cecy's project, Rebel Planner, is an empowering workbook for more political engagement. The workbook uses tools and techniques known from coaching and mindfulness training.
Get Out the Votes
Lumir’s Landecker Democracy Fellowship project aims to foster social cohesion in rural communities by working with groups of diverse rural youth to help them brainstorm GOTV solutions through innovative formats, and to share those findings.
Youth Voices Lead
As a Landecker Democracy Fellow, Marissa is developing Youth Voices Lead (YVL), a paid, digital community and training program for 12+ youth organizers to strengthen their artistic tools and human rights knowledge to advocate for racial justice change. For around 10 weeks, these young leaders (ages 14-18) from across New York City will learn about the important issues directly impacting their communities and use artivism to inform others.