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Economic Justice: Raising New Voices and New Leaders Latinx – Nonprofit News

“Escucha, Thomas This article is the first in a series of articles which NPQ, in partnership with Hispanics in Philanthropy, will publish in the coming weeks. The series highlights the voices of Latinx leaders in the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors to share their experiences on a range of economic justice issues that affect Latinx communities. […]

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Government to present renewed commitment to justice and economic rights

The Generation Equality Forum which will begin tomorrow, June 30 in Paris, was organized by the government of France and the United Nations Women (UN Women). Vice-President Dr Philip Mpango will represent President Samia Suluhu Hassan at the forum. Speaking at a press conference in Dar es Salaam yesterday, French Ambassador to Tanzania Frédéric Clavier […]

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Get Inspired by “Democracy In Color”, Australia’s premier racial and economic justice organization

At Urban List, we believe it is important to recognize pioneers who align their values ​​with their actions, which is why we have partnered with Bank Australia share the inspiring stories of Australians who joined the clean money movement and aligned their bank with their values. Taking positive action to help make the world a […]

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Donovon Lynch family launches foundation for social and economic justice

The Donovon Wayne Lynch Foundation for Social and Economic Justice offers scholarships to students who hope to improve communities. NORFOLK, Virginia – Donovon Lynch’s family are pushing for police reform in Virginia Beach and beyond. On Thursday, the Donovon Wayne Lynch Foundation for Social and Economic Justice hosted its inaugural events at Norfolk State University. […]

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5 Ways MacKenzie Scott’s $ 8.5 Billion Commitment to Social and Economic Justice is a Model for Other Donors

The author and philanthropist MacKenzie Scott announced on June 15, 2021 that it and her husband Dan Jewett had given US $ 2.7 billion to 286 organizations, including universities, arts organizations and other non-profit organizations. This was her third such announcement since she first publicly discussed her intentions to donate in May 2019. Scott has […]

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On the Politics of Chamba and the Pursuit of Economic Justice | Malawi Nyassa Times

The inviting words were encapsulated in the Chakwera Super hi5 political campaign plan; “Thrive together. “ These, ladies and gentlemen, are not just words. It was a statement of extreme intent, a holy grail of all campaign promises and the quintessential mantra of the epitome of Tonse’s change agenda. And if I’m not mistaken, that […]

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Delivering economic justice through the Court of Substitutes

In the 21st century, the American dream remains elusive to people of color, immigrants, and low-income families, due to the systemic racism that has prevailed throughout the history of our society – especially within the justice system. Equal protection under the law begins with judicial representation that reflects the communities we serve, ensuring that our […]

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New SLDC Director Seeks to Bring Economic Justice to Saint-Louis | Local News

Neal Richardson assumes new role July 1 Neal Richardson works for economic justice. The new executive director of the St Louis Development Corporation (SLDC) will take over at the end of June and says residents can expect to see more community engagement to strengthen neighborhoods and economically move the whole city forward. SLDC is a […]