Daniel  Lopez

Daniel Lopez

Economic Justice

2019

Ending Labor Injustice at ASU will primarily focus on building sustainable infrastructure at the university to enable the affected community to better bargain on their own behalf. This campaign will bolster current efforts, hold workshops, and organize around the goal of bringing a student union on campus.
Deepankar  Venkatsai Tripurana

Deepankar Venkatsai Tripurana

Health Equity

2019

Next Generation Activist Pipeline Conference (NGAPC) is an annual conference that creates a community space to connect activists across the age spectrum to provide holistic support to create new cultural pipelines of sustainable activism. The goal is to train at least 100 new college age activists of the United States mostly concentrated in the Midwest region, to take back strategies and resources to their selective spaces with knowledge on sustainable activism.

Derek  Gaskill

Derek Gaskill

Economic Justice

2019

KYC is a community based financial empowerment resource for LGBTQ people working in New York City nightlife. KYC aims to empower individuals to make informed and effective decisions with their financial resources and to educate nightlife workers on their entitled labor rights.

Destinie  Brooks

Destinie Brooks

Racial Justice

2019

Healing Those Who’ve Healed Us seeks to induce healing via storytelling through the lens of black mothers and their children’s struggles in New Orleans. This project will focus on documenting the manifestations of institutional and interpersonal racism in the Black family structure via interviews.

Deysi  Flores

Deysi Flores

Education Justice

2019

Little Free Library will bring Little Free Libraries to low income neighborhoods in Chicago. The Little Free Library makes libraries fun, cute, and accessible to everyone while also engaging and making the community more appealing.

Dhara  Patel

Dhara Patel

Health Equity

2019

Navigating Healthcare as a QTPOC in Alachua County is a community-level resource that aims to provide QTPOC in Alachua County guidance in accessing quality healthcare. It is a guide that will be distributed to patients in the area with a list LGBTQ+ friendly providers and helpful tips in maintaining health.

Elliana  Dix

Elliana Dix

Racial Justice

2019

The T.E.A. Collective is a container that aims to offer transformative and restorative justice services and resources in local communities. The T.E.A. Collective seeks to dismantle the carcel state and its vicious cycle of harm by becoming a hub of transformation, learning and abolishing these systems.

Erin  Favus

Erin Favus

Racial Justice

2019

The T.E.A. Collective is a container that aims to offer transformative and restorative justice services and resources in local communities. The T.E.A. Collective seeks to dismantle the carcel state and its vicious cycle of harm by becoming a hub of transformation, learning and abolishing these systems.

Genevieve  Whitaker

Genevieve Whitaker

Education Justice

2019

CURES is a territory-wide campaign concerning the teaching of Virgin Islands and Caribbean history and culture. CURES also advocates for a civics curriculum incorporating decolonization as our children learn of their human right to self-determination as residents of a territory (an American colony).

I’yanna  Barker

I’yanna Barker

Education Justice

2019

Knowledge = Power seeks to implement a program in the Metro Atlanta area for underprivileged high school students so that they know the importance of college and career-readiness as well as civic engagement and basic civil rights.