Stories of Change
Learn more about our grantee partners and the vital work they do across the Greater Washington to reimagine, recreate, and reform systems in the pursuit of racial and economic justice.
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Voices for a Second Chance
The first 24-48 hours after release from prison is the most critical time for someone transitioning from the penal system back into their community. COVID-19 created new challenges for those working to bridge the gap from incarceration to community, and Voices for a Second Chance (VSC) has worked diligently for more than a year to …Read More
Harriet’s Wildest Dreams
Just nine months after launching, Black-led abolitionist community defense organization, Harriet’s Wildest Dreams (HWD), has made a major impact across the local Washington political, community, and legal defense landscape. HWD builds alternatives to oppressive systems through legal empowerment, political and civic education, mass protest, organizing campaigns, and community care programs. The work of HWD centers …Read More