PolicyLink is a national research and action institute that works to advance racial and economic equity. To advance equity, PolicyLink advocates for groundbreaking policy changes to enable everyone, especially people of color, to be economically secure, live in healthy communities of opportunity, and benefit from a just society. PolicyLink lifts up and magnifies arts and culture as both a core component and approach to equitable development and movement-building. Funding for PolicyLink will enable the creation of a regional funder network in the San Francisco Bay Area to pursue change through its Arts, Culture, and Equitable Development initiative.
About the Grantee
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Grants to this Grantee
for general operating support
PolicyLink is a national, research and action institute dedicated to advancing racial and economic equity. PolicyLink advocates for policy changes that enable everyone, especially people of color, to be economically secure, live in healthy communities of opportunity, and benefit from a just society. This support will allow PolicyLink to continue serving as a bridge to create an equitable economy, an inclusive and compassionate society, and a strong, accountable democracy.
for support of Liberation Ventures
PolicyLink is a national research and action institute advancing racial and economic equity by advocating for policy that enables everyone, especially people of color, to be economically secure, live in healthy communities of opportunity, and benefit from a just society. PolicyLink will serve as the fiscal sponsor for Liberation Ventures, a field builder focused on racial repair. This grant will facilitate Liberation Ventures' efforts to support the ecosystem of organizations working to build public will for a comprehensive federal reparations program.
for the Liberation in a Generation project
Liberation in a Generation (LibGen) is a national movement support project building the power of people of color to transform the economy — who controls it, how it works, and most importantly, for whom. They bring together advocates, community organizers, economists, and other leaders of color across the country to build a “liberation economy,” within one generation. Liberation in a Generation is fiscally sponsored by PolicyLink.