The diversity of systems change efforts funders can support to advance immigrant justice is often misunderstood, including 501(c)4 strategies. Traditional investments in 501(c)3 activities such as nonpartisan voter education and registration and organizing and advocacy work are essential elements in campaigns to advance immigrant inclusion and power, but (c)4 strategies offer organizers additional tools in their fight for justice. Join GCIR for a discussion with Alliance for Justice and leading immigrant justice organizations to understand how philanthropy can fund in this space while also learning about active opportunities.
- Theo Oshiro, Co-Executive Director, Make the Road New York
- Abby Levine, Director, Boulder Advocacy, Alliance for Justice
- Eddie Carmona, Campaigns Director, National Immigration Law Center
- Rebecca Carson, Director, Inclusive Democracy Programs, Four Freedoms Fund
Register by 4:00pm Wednesday, November 3, 2021.
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