We at GCIR are heartbroken about the devastating crises unfolding in Afghanistan and Haiti. Our country can rise to our highest ideals by providing protection to those who most desperately need it and welcoming them into our communities. Read our statement with recommendations for philanthropy.
Intersectional Justice: Narrative and Organizing Work at the Intersection of Immigrant Justice and Criminal Justice Reform
Materials: Intersectional Justice: Narrative and Organizing Work at the Intersection of Immigrant Justice and Criminal Justice Reform
Find all program-related materials for GCIR's webinar, "Intersectional Justice: Narrative and Organizing Work at the Intersection of Immigrant Justice and Criminal Justice Reform " here, including recording and powerpoint presentation.
Join this discussion to learn more about how immigrants in states like Georgia are shaping their own future and the role philanthropy can play.
Join the Four Freedoms Fund and Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees for a discussion with leaders from these movements and the release of a report with recommendations for philanthropy.
Census Consultant and GCIR's 2020 Convening Emerging Leader scholarship recipient, Juan Galeano sheds light on the intersection between the Movement for Black Lives and the immigrant rights movement, and calls philanthropy to action to with the shortened deadline we have to complete the census.
Please join the CS Fund to hear from leaders on the front lines about the integral role protests play in movements for social change and the challenges they are confronting nationwide, the path forward for positive reform, and the ways that funders can support networks and campaigns to defend and champion our right to protest.
Justice. Belonging. Humanity. Courage. Solidarity. Grounded in these values that drive our mission, GCIR condemns racism and racial terror. We condemn the racism and racial terror that have oppressed and brutalized African Americans for more than 400 years.
Please join Napa Valley Community Foundation, Silicon Valley Community Foundation and the League of California Community Foundations for a luncheon training facilitated by Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees on how North Bay philanthropy, nonprofits and businesses can engage in the 2020 Census.
In honor of Black History Month, this month’s policy call will celebrate the diversity and strength of the black immigrant community in the U.S., as well as delve deeper into the experience of black immigrants, refugees, and asylumseekers.
Monthly Immigration Policy Call