While Black-led immigrant and refugee organizations have long confronted extraordinary challenges, a global pandemic has further exposed and exacerbated longstanding inequities. Called upon to meet the needs of their communities and to lead in multiple movement roles and spaces, Black immigrant leaders are experiencing exhaustion and pain. Yet Black leaders continue to play an essential role in the overlapping immigrant and racial justice movements.
Join the Four Freedoms Fund and GCIR for a discussion with leaders from these movements and the release of a report with recommendations for philanthropy.
- Amaha Kassa, Founder and Executive Director, African Communities Together
- Guerline Jozef, President, The Haitian Bridge Alliance
- Jonathan Jayes-Green, Vice President of Programs, The Marguerite Casey Foundation