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Who Are We Now?
A Black Woman’s Meditation on the Second Anniversary

by Crystal Hayling

“What is important is to break out of the habit of blindness and to declare that what is happening now is not alright. That your comfort is not more important than Black life. And to speak up and bear witness. To accelerate the efforts we all promised two years ago to be advocates for racial justice. To keep uprooting white supremacy wherever we work or live. For me, that means the day-to-day work of chipping away at philanthropy’s racist past and building a future that is truly inclusive.”

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Reflecting on the SCOTUS Decision and What’s at Stake

by Jennie Agmi

Over the last few months, we have experienced tragedy upon tragedy. A nesting doll of death at the hands of white supremacy and patriarchy. It’s been hard to keep track and appropriately process and respond to each heartbreaking event. And now we must add yet another tragedy – the SCOTUS decision to overturn Roe v. Wade resulting in the loss of a fundamental constitutional protection over our bodies.

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Advancing Social Justice

The Libra Foundation supports social justice movements that focus on transforming the criminal justice system, environmental and climate justice, and gender justice.

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We believe that all people are born with equal and inalienable rights and fundamental freedoms, and have a right to live in a healthy environment and in peaceful, just, and equitable societies. Promoting these human rights is the highest purpose we can envision for the grantmaking of The Libra Foundation.