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Assata’s Daughters is a Black woman -led, youth-directed organization rooted in the Black Radical Tradition. With a focus on programming and justice for women and femme-identified people of color, AD bulds up Chicago's young people of color by providing them with political education, leadership development, mentorship, and revolutionary services.
The Open Architecture Collaborative develops educational programming for designers and architects to grow as leaders and changemakers while simultaneously producing placemaking programs with community developers and associations to inspire ownership and civic engagement in traditionally marginalized communities.
MY BLOCK MY HOOD MY CITY
My Block, My Hood, My City provides underprivileged youth with an awareness of the world and opportunities beyond their neighborhood. They take students on explorations focused on STEM, Arts & Culture, local community support and Development, culinary arts, citizenry and volunteerism, and Entrepreneurism.
The National Organization of Minority Architects or NOMA’s mission, rooted in a rich legacy of activism, is to empower our local chapters and membership to foster justice and equity in communities of color through outreach, community advocacy, professional development and design excellence.
Fair Fight promotes elections around the country, encourages voter participation in elections, and educates voters about elections and their voting rights. Fair Fight brings awareness to the public on election reform, advocates for election reform at all levels, and engages in other voter education programs and outreach.
Inspiration Kitchens believes in using food as a vehicle to change lives with a mission to provide dignity, respect, and opportunity to Chicagoans who are affected by homelessness and poverty. To date, graduates of their Food Service Training program have been placed in over 650 jobs.
CHICAGO FREEDOM SCHOOL
Chicago Freedom School or CFS creates new generations of critical thinkers who use their unique experiences and power to create a just world. Inspired by the Mississippi Freedom Schools of the Civil Rights Era, CFS takes an innovative approach to youth activism, leadership development, and movement building.