APANO Communities United Fund
APANO Communities United Fund unites Asians and Pacific Islanders to build power, develop leaders, and advance equity through organizing, advocacy, community development, and cultural work.
- Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Asian Law CaucusAsian Americans Advancing Justice - Asian Law Caucus (AAAJ-ALC) are committed to the pursuit of justice across society, with a specific focus on serving low-income, immigrant, and underserved Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
- Equality Labs (a project of Fractured Atlas)Equality Labs is an Ambedkarite South Asian power-building organization that uses community research, political base-building, culture-shifting art, and digital security to end the oppression of caste apartheid, Islamophobia, white supremacy, and religious intolerance. Through these methods, we provide practical tools for communities to make new interventions in longstanding systems of oppression and advocate for themselves.
- Freedom, Inc. (FI)Freedom, Inc. (FI) is a Black and Southeast Asian non-profit organization that works with low income communities of color. The mission is to achieve social justice through coupling direct services with leadership development and community organizing that will bring about social, political, cultural, and economic change resulting in ending the interpersonal and systemic violence against women, gender-non-conforming and transgender folks, and children. FI works to challenge the root causes of violence, poverty, racism and discrimination. The belief is that people who are most affected by these issues must have voice, power, resources and choice, in order for true social change to happen.
- Grassroots Global JusticeGGJ is an alliance of 60+ US-based grassroots organizing groups comprised of and led by poor and working class multi-racial, Latinx, Black, Indigenous, Asian Pacific Islander, Arab, and white communities. GGJ works to strengthen movements for climate and gender justice, an end to the war at home and abroad and a Just Transition to a Feminist Anti-Racist Regenerative Economy. GGJ weaves and bridges together US-based groups and global social movements, and is taking that movement infrastructure to the next level by developing organizing schools and campaigns towards a Just Transition to a Feminist Anti-Racist Regenerative Economy.
- Indigenous Environmental NetworkEstablished in 1990, Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN) was formed by grassroots Indigenous peoples under the leadership of youth, elders, women, and traditional/spiritual societies to address environmental and economic justice issues (EJ) across Turtle Island.