• 805 Undocufund

    The 805 Undocufund was created in the aftermath of the 2017 Thomas Fire, then the largest wildfire in California history, and reopened after the Hill and Woolsey Fires in 2018. The 805 UndocuFund is a collective effort to ensure that undocumented individuals and families impacted by natural disasters have the support they need in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties where many have put down deep roots.

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  • Altruist Relief

    Altruist Relief aims to provide the basic necessities of existence, relevant education, and the tools of empowerment for those in need while maintaining a practice of radical transparency and radical efficiency.

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  • Another Gulf is Possible

    We share a deep, abiding and unwavering belief that another Gulf is possible. We, the people of the Gulf South and the Global South, stand united and firm we need a just transition for the sake of the life and livelihoods of our communities, our cultures and our ecosystems. We will no longer stand to be a sacrifice zone for this country, we demand justice, and equity.

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  • Apocalypse Training Collective

    The Apocalypse Training Collective (ATC) organizes skillshare events centering queer and trans folks in the Atlanta area. Skillshare topics and resources are all connected to surviving and thriving in apocalyptic times.

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  • Appalachian Medical Solidarity

    A network of people and groups across the Southern Appalachian region involved in medical care and support of communities in crises and struggle.

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  • Appalachians Against Pipelines

    Appalachians Against Pipelines is committed fighting the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) and other hazardous fossil fuel projects in Appalachia. After years of organizing to stop the MVP, in February of 2018 as tree clearing began, people were left with no choice but to take to the trees to defend Peters Mountain and the Jefferson National Forest.  Appalachians Against Pipelines was formed as the first tree sits were erected to protect the mountain and the Appalachian Trail.

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  • ARECMA (Asociación Recreativa y Educativa Comunal del Barrio Marinana)

    Somos una organización de base comunitaria sin fines de lucro creada para trabajar y procurar el bienestar y desarrollo integral del barrio y su gente utilizando como mecanismo principal la participación de sus habitantes.

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  • Austin Common Ground Relief

    Originally organized after roughly 1,200 homes in Southeast Austin and Northern Hays County were impacted by record flooding on 10/31/2013, Austin Common Ground Relief is focused on mobilizing independent, direct aid and support to the communities impacted by floods and severe weather events in Central Texas.

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  • BAYAN

    BAYAN’s commitment is to the Filipino people – among those at the forefront of our people’s continuing struggle for national liberation and democracy. Founded on the determination and strength of the majority of oppressed classes, Bayan is an alliance composed mainly of organizations of workers and peasant. Various sectors also account for many of our allied organization mass membership.

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  • Bayou Action Street Health

    Medics don’t run and medics don’t lead… We walk at your back and to your side so you know your bravery and willingness to risk yourself is not without support. Street Medic Collective out of Houston.

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  • Beehive Collective

    The Beehive Design Collective is a wildly motivated, all-volunteer, activist arts collective dedicated to “cross-pollinating the grassroots” by creating collaborative, anti-copyright images for use as educational and organizing tools. We work as word-to-image translators of complex global stories, shared with us through conversations with affected communities.

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  • Big Door Brigade

    This website emerged when group of people based in and near Seattle, Washington who knew each other through organizing and activism on issues that include criminalization and imprisonment, anti-fascism, rural organizing, social services, anti-racism, queer and trans movement building, and more began meeting in June 2016 to reflect on the political moment and share useful readings. We imagined ways that our movements become more welcoming, easier to participate in–a wide and welcoming entryway into movement work. We were dreaming of a big door. We met for about a year as a group, and then kept working together and separately in many organizations in our region and beyond. As part of and inspired by that group, Dean Spade created this website to lift up the significance of mutual aid as a strategy for survival and mobilization, and he continues to maintain it.

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  • Black Flag Search and Rescue

    From harsh blizzard conditions to protests to hurricanes, Black Flag Search and Rescue goes where we’re needed to help people and pets to safety and security. We are a volunteer organization and subsist off of our meager savings and donations.

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  • Black Lives Matter

    The Black Lives Matter Global Network is a chapter-based, member-led organization whose mission is to build local power and to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes.

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  • Black Mesa Indigenous Support

    Black Mesa Indigenous Support depends on a diverse network of talented, committed grass-roots organizers, coordinators and workers spread throughout many regions who volunteer their time in supporting the indigenous peoples of Black Mesa in their resistance to massive coal mining operations and forced relocation.

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  • Black Rose Anarchist Federation

    Black Rose Anarchist Federation is an organization of revolutionaries who share common visions of a new world – a world where people collectively control their own workplaces, communities and land and where all basic needs are met. A world where power and participation flow from the bottom upwards and society is organized for peoples’ aspirations, passions, and needs rather than profit, white supremacy and racial domination, patriarchy, or imperialism; and where we live sustainably with the planet.

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  • Blackcap Medic Collective

    The Blackcap Medic Collective is a newly formed grassroots affinity group of community medics and other health care activists based in the Klamath Siskiyou bioregion. Our mission is to provide activists and community organizers with emergency response resources such as trainings, medical supplies, and volunteer medics for events and direct actions.

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  • Boulder Flood Relief

    Boulder Flood Relief (BFR) was formed on the last day of the 2013 Boulder/Colorado Floods, initially as a hashtag (#BoulderFloodRelief) to coordinate and share communications around the federally-declared natural disaster. Originally named “Occupy Boulder Flood Relief,” BFR was created by a cadre of Occupy veterans, spontaneous volunteers, and graduate students in the Department of Communication at the University of Colorado at Boulder (CU) on September 13, 2013.

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  • Brigada Solidaria del Oeste

    La Brigada Solidaria del Oeste (BSO), es una iniciativa comunitaria autogestionada por compañerxs de diferentes organizaciones, espacios creativos y luchas sociales. Nuestro objetivo es apoyar el desarrollo de procesos colectivos en las comunidades y promover la autogestión comunitaria. Esta iniciativa surge luego del paso de la Huracana Maria. Visitamos las comunidades más afectadas en el oeste para auscultar necesidades y canalizarlas con el apoyo que hemos estado recibiendo de personas solidarias en Puerto Rico, la diáspora (en EU, Europa, Latinoamérica) y otros Países.

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  • Building Resilient Neighborhoods

    The Building Resilient Neighborhoods (BRN) Work Group prepares Southern Arizona neighborhoods for extreme heat and other weather-related emergencies via community cohesion. BRN provides workshop education, materials, and best practices through community-led action and preparation. BRN is part of the Physicians for Social Responsibility-Arizona (PSR-AZ) Chapter based in Tucson.

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  • Centro de Apoyo Mutuo

    Centro de Apoyo Mutuo de gestión social independiente por el bienestar duradera de nuestra gente. El Centro de Apoyo Mutuo nace para palear los efectos del huracán María en el pueblo de Caguas. Un grupo diverso de personas se unió para hacer este espacio posible.

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  • Centro de Apoyo Mutuo Bartolo

    El CENTRO DE APOYO MUTUO JIBARO DE BARTOLO se inició el pasado mes de octubre ante la crisis ocasionada por el huracán María.

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  • Centro de Apoyo Mutuo Bucarabones Unidos (CAMBU)

    CAMBU surge para atender las necesidades de sectores rurales en Las Marías. Creamos oportunidades de crecimiento comunitario a través de experiencias educativas, recreativas y culturales.

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  • Centro de Apoyo Mutuo Las Carolinas

    Mutual Aid Center in Las Carolinas, Puerto Rico

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  • Centro de Apoyo Mutuo Utuado

    El Centro de Apoyo Mutuo de Utuado es una iniciativa de apoyo comunitario en conjunto para ganar autonomía y autogestión territorial.

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  • Climate Justice Alliance

    The Climate Justice Alliance (CJA) formed in 2013 to create a new center of gravity in the climate movement by uniting frontline communities and organizations into a formidable force. Our translocal organizing strategy and mobilizing capacity is building a Just Transition away from extractive systems of production, consumption and political oppression, and towards resilient, regenerative and equitable economies.

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  • Coalition of Immokalee Workers

    The Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) is a worker-based human rights organization internationally recognized for its achievements in fighting human trafficking and gender-based violence at work.  The CIW is also recognized for pioneering the design and development of the Worker-driven Social Responsibility paradigm, a worker-led, market-enforced approach to the protection of human rights in corporate supply chains.

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  • Common Ground Health Clinic

    The Common Ground Health Clinic is a non-profit organization that provides quality health care for the greater New Orleans community, and develops and provides programs to address community health care needs through collaborative partnerships.

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  • Common Ground Relief

    Common Ground Relief was established in September 2005 to provide disaster relief in the Greater New Orleans area following Hurricane Katrina. It shifted its focus to create resilient Gulf Coast communities that are environmentally sustainable, financially viable and personally cohesive focusing mostly on restoring and preserving Louisiana’s disappearing coastal wetlands.

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  • Community Advocacy and Healing Project

    Building community through healing and human centered advocacy, events, and programs. Creating community through collaborative efforts to educate, mobilize, organize, and love the people impacted, serving, and working within oppressive systems. Human centered advocacy focuses on improving the holistic quality of life of people impacted by and working within oppressive systems.

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  • Community Comes First

    It is the mission, duty, and purpose of Community Comes First Inc. (CCF) to provide services to the community as a charitable organization by offering resources and relief, before, during, and after a disaster.

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  • Crowdsource Rescue

    Started in the midst of Harvey in a flooded and leaky office as a way to organize rescues in a Houston neighborhood, CrowdSource Rescue has helped connect over 18,000 professional and volunteer rescuers with 49,000 people using its mapping and dispatching technology.

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  • Demand Utopia

    Demand Utopia is a catalyst to transform cultures and institutions of domination into a new zeitgeist of cooperation, autonomy, and voluntary association. Demand Utopia uses avante-garde praxis to inspire imagination and creativity in culture, in a revolutionary vision of human potentiality and liberated life. In tandem with cultural metamorphosis, Demand Utopia organizes to replace hierarchical institutions with a decentralized, community-based direct democracy of neighborhood assemblies and worker cooperatives.

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  • Democratic Socialists of America

    The Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) is the largest socialist organization in the United States. DSA’s members are building progressive movements for social change while establishing an openly democratic socialist presence in American communities and politics.

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  • Disability Justice Culture Club

    The Disability Justice Culture Club is an activist house in East Oakland, CA designed w accessibility in mind. It serves as a gathering place for disabled BIPOC community via events, meetings, meals.

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  • Earth First!

    Earth First! formed in 1979, in response to an increasingly corporate, compromising and ineffective environmental community. It is not an organization, but a movement. There are no “members” of EF!, only Earth First!ers. We believe in using all of the tools in the toolbox, from grassroots and legal organizing to civil disobedience and monkeywrenching. When the law won’t fix the problem, we put our bodies on the line to stop the destruction. Earth First!’s direct-action approach draws attention to the crises facing the natural world, and it saves lives.

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  • Engineers Without Borders

    In the world’s toughest places, Engineers Without Borders USA (EWB-USA) is partnering with communities to meet their basic human needs. We’re building footbridges to provide pathways to opportunities. We’re installing solar panels to bring light where it is dark. We’re digging for water so hope can spring from the ground. Each project builds the foundation for a community to thrive for years to come.

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  • Episcopal Farmworker Ministry

    Episcopal Farmworker Ministry responds to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their families, and actively supports opportunities for them to become self-directive.

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  • Experimental Farm Network

    The Experimental Farm Network (EFN) facilitates collaborative plant breeding and sustainable agriculture research in order to fight global climate change, preserve the natural environment, and ensure food security for humanity into the distant future. We believe participatory plant breeding on a massive scale can lead to breakthroughs to help us not only adapt to climate change, but one day actually stabilize the climate.

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  • Extinction Rebellion

    Extinction Rebellion is an international movement that uses non-violent civil disobedience in an attempt to halt mass extinction and minimise the risk of social collapse.

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  • Fight Toxic Prisons

    The Campaign to Fight Toxic Prisons (FTP) is a collaboration with the Abolitionist Law Center. FTP’s mission is to conduct grassroots organizing, advocacy and direct action to challenge the prison system which is putting prisoners at risk of dangerous environmental conditions, as well as impacting surrounding communities and ecosystems by their construction and operation.

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  • Food Not Bombs

    Food Not Bombs is a loose-knit group of independent collectives, sharing free vegan and vegetarian food with others, while simultaneously protesting war and poverty.

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  • Footprint Project

    Four strangers came together to tackle environmental degradation in humanitarian interventions. Leveraging our combined experience in disaster first response, data science, and UX/UI, we turned out to make a pretty good team. Because thirty-six hours (and almost as many coffees) later, we pitched our idea, and won.

     

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  • Fort Collins Mutual Aid Network

    Mutual aid is a new name for a tradition as old as time. Mutual aid is the cooperation of individuals in a given community; sharing of resources, skills. Based in Fort Collins, Colorado.

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  • Free Access to Movements Childcare Collective

    FAM offers free childcare at community events and grassroots political organizing meetings because we believe in removing access barriers. Political and community organizing is for everyone — including the youth AND their caregivers! We aim to integrate spaces, making them accessible for all. We believe in free childcare, family-friendly events, and radical political education.

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  • Front Range Mutual Aid Network

    Front Range Mutual Aid Network aims to connect people and encourage as wholesome a mutual aid relationship as possible, with emphasis on coming together to help outside communities. To provide each with their needs, from each of our means.

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  • Grassroots Aid Partnership

    Grassroots Aid Partnership exists to provide healthy food and aid to vulnerable communities in crisis.

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  • Gulf Coast Herbalists Without Borders

    Herbalists Without Borders (HWB) embraces a collective vision of a global community where all people have access to affordable herbal holistic natural & botanical health and wellness.

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  • HeadKnowles

    In 2015 Hurricane Joaquin slammed into the southern islands of The Bahamas with a vengeance. Thousands of Bahamians and residents on those islands were impacted by the Category-4 storm, with maximum sustained winds of 132 miles per hour. The six southern islands fortunately, had large amounts of family in other islands of The Bahamas, many who had a deep love of the people, and within 24 hours of the storm ravaging the shores, HeadKnowles Hurricane 1st Responders was born.

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  • Healthy Gulf

    Healthy Gulf is committed to uniting and empowering people to protect and restore the natural resources of the Gulf Region.

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  • Herbalista Free Clinic

    The Herbalista Free Clinic recognizes healthcare as a fundamental human right and works to protect health access through clinical services and educational opportunities.  We strive for a community based model of healthCARE that is based on solidarity and not charity.

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  • Highlander Center

    The Highlander Center is a catalyst for grassroots organizing and movement building in Appalachia and the South. We work with people fighting for justice, equality and sustainability, supporting their efforts to take collective action to shape their own destiny.

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  • Industrial Workers of the World

    The IWW is a member-run union for all workers, a union dedicated to organizing on the job, in our industries and in our communities. IWW members are organizing to win better conditions today and build a world with economic democracy tomorrow. We want our workplaces run for the benefit of workers and communities rather than for a handful of bosses and executives.

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  • Interfaith Alliance for Climate Justice

    Interfaith Alliance for Climate Justice’s mission is to be faithful stewards of creation by supporting resistance to its degradation and providing resources to those who protect it.

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  • Islamic Relief

    Islamic Relief provides relief and development in a dignified manner regardless of gender, race, or religion, and works to empower individuals in their communities and give them a voice in the world. Islamic Relief is guided by the values and teachings in the Qur’an and the prophetic example.

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  • It’s Going Down

    It’s Going Down is a digital community center for anarchist, anti-fascist, autonomous anti-capitalist and anti-colonial movements. Our mission is to provide a resilient platform to publicize and promote revolutionary theory and action.

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  • John Brown Gun Club/Redneck Revolt

    Redneck Revolt is a national network of community defense projects from a broad spread of political, religious, and cultural backgrounds. It is a pro-worker, anti-racist organization that focuses on working class liberation from the oppressive systems which dominate our lives. In states where it is legal to practice armed community defense, many branches choose to become John Brown Gun Clubs, training ourselves and our communities in defense and mutual aid.

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  • Just Seeds Artist Cooperative

    Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative is a decentralized network of 29 artists committed to social, environmental, and political engagement.With members working from the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, Justseeds operates both as a unified collaboration of similarly minded printmakers and as a loose collection of creative individuals with unique viewpoints and working methods. We believe in the transformative power of personal expression in concert with collective action.

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  • Keepers of the Mountains Foundation

    The Keeper of the Mountains Foundation aims to educate and inspire people to work for healthier, more sustainable communities and an end to dependency on fossil fuels. We believe a better future requires everyday people to come together and recognize their power to make long-term, lasting change.

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  • L’eau Est La Vie Camp

    L’eau Est La Vie camp is a floating pipeline resistance camp. Although we have no leaders, we value the voices of our indigenous, black, femme, and two spirit organizers. We fight in the bayous of Louisiana, Chata Houma Chittimacha Atakapaw territory, to stop the Bayou Bridge Pipeline, an Energy Transfer Partners project and the tail end of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

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  • La Olla Común

    La Olla Comun es un Centro de Apoyo Mutuo autogestionado en Rio Piedras para actuar colectivamente ante el abandono del gobierno.

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  • Life for Relief and Development

    Life for Relief and Development is a global humanitarian relief and development organization, headquartered in Southfield, Michigan, USA. Life for Relief and Development’s mission is deeply rooted in the belief that saving lives should be a priority of all mankind. In response to poverty, famine, social and economic turmoil, natural disasters, war, and other catastrophes, Life works to provide assistance to people across the globe by offering humanitarian services such as food, water, and temporary shelter as well as healthcare and education.

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  • Love Has No Borders

    Love Has No Borders is a radical, grassroots, solidarity movement with immigrants, refugees and those in migration.

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  • Lower 9th Ward Living Museum

    The Lower Ninth Ward Living Museum was created to celebrate the rich history of this unique neighborhood. Only one in five residents have been able to return to their homes, so many stories will be lost if we as a community fail to actively remember. The Living Museum features oral histories from community members, exhibits of key events from the history of the Lower Ninth Ward, and cultural events that entertain and educate.

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  • Mask Oakland

    Mask Oakland is a grassroots initiative that emerged in smoke and fire to provide the most vulnerable in our communities with the simplest recommended tool: respirator masks.

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  • Movement Generation Justice and Ecology Project

    Movement Generation Justice & Ecology Project inspires and engages in transformative action towards the liberation and restoration of land, labor, and culture. We are rooted in vibrant social movements led by low-income communities and communities of color committed to a Just Transition away from profit and pollution and towards healthy, resilient and life-affirming local economies.

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  • Mutual Aid Carrboro

    Mutual Aid Carrboro is an organization that plants, grows, and connects deliberate communities of support for life and for social justice based in Carrboro, North Carolina.

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  • Mutual Aid Disaster Distro

    The distro is an autonomous space for relief teams, medics, and community volunteers working to support those struggling against the aftermath of disasters with mutual aid. In these moments, we can’t rely on the state to provide for us. We keep us safe!

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  • Mutual Aid Network

    Redesigning Work for a Cooperative, Regenerative Economy

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  • National Alliance for Filipino Concerns

    NAFCON is a national alliance of Filipino organizations, institutions, and individuals that responds to the concerns of Filipinos in the US and in the Philippines by creating an action-oriented platform that brings people together through culture & heritage, education, health & wellness, and advocacy.

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  • National Alumni Association of the Black Panther Party New Orleans Chapter

    The purpose of the National Alumni Association of the Black Panther Party (NAABPP) is to promote and sustain the legacy of the Black Panther Party, to provide information, resources and linkages to advance and promote community organizing, to support social and criminal justice, youth development, education initiatives, advocacy and programs.

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  • No Mas Muertes

    No More Deaths is a humanitarian organization based in southern Arizona. We began in 2004 in the form of a coalition of community and faith groups, dedicated to stepping up efforts to stop the deaths of migrants in the desert. The mission of No More Deaths is to end death and suffering in the Mexico–US borderlands through civil initiative: people of conscience working openly and in community to uphold fundamental human rights.

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  • North Star Health Collective

    North Star includes street medics, radical health organizers, and community health trainers. Since 2008, based out of the Twin Cities on occupied Dakota land.

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  • North Valley Mutual Aid

    North Valley Mutual Aid was formed in the immediate outbreak of the Camp Fire, which became the most destructive and deadliest in California history, and began meeting and organizing around the core values and principles developed by Mutual Aid Disaster Relief.

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  • Occupy Sandy

    Occupy Sandy is a grassroots disaster relief network that emerged to provide mutual aid to communities affected by Superstorm Sandy.

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  • Oglala Lakota Cultural and Economic Revitalization Initiative

    OLCERI is creating a self-sufficient demonstration site at Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota that has a permaculture garden, a food forest, wind towers, straw bale and other natural buildings, water catchment and conservation, prairie rehabilitation, rescue horses and a Lakota horse and rider program, nature appreciation, tracking, wilderness survival, native edibles, permaculture education and more. We are in negotiations to return buffalo to this 8000 acre ranch and to plant food forests on tribal lands.

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  • Op OK Relief

    OpOK Relief is part of the People’s Response to natural disaster in Oklahoma, a non-hierarchical, decentralized solidarity effort. Cooperative decision-making, participatory democracy, and mutual aid are our tenants.

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  • Partnership for Inclusive Disaster Strategies

    The mission of the Partnership for Inclusive Disaster Strategies (the Partnership) is equal access to emergency programs and services and full inclusion of the whole community before, during and after disasters.

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  • People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture

    The People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture (POCA) is a rapidly-growing cooperative of people involved in the community acupuncture movement: acupuncturists, patients, clinics, and supportive organizations.

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  • Portlight

    Portlight Strategies, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization, founded in 1997 to facilitate a variety of projects involving people with disabilities, including post-disaster relief work. Portlight’s longest running disaster recovery effort followed the devastation of Superstorm Sandy in the shore communities of New Jersey and parts of New York City, and lasted for 18 months. During that time, we replaced lost durable medical equipment and ramping, and assisted residents in purchasing and installing accessibility equipment that was made necessary after their homes were elevated to meet federal flood insurance requirements.

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  • Power Makes Us Sick Collective

    Power Makes us Sick (PMS) is a creative research project focusing on autonomous health care practices and networks from a feminist perspective. PMS seeks to understand the ways that our mental, physical, and social health is impacted by imbalances in and abuses of power. We understand that mobility, forced or otherwise, is an increasingly common aspect of life in the anthropocene. In this quest for placeless solidarity, we start with health. PMS is motivated to develop free tools of solidarity, resistance, and sabotage that are informed by a deep concern for planetary well-being.

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  • Power Shift

    The Power Shift Network mobilizes the collective power of young people to mitigate climate change and create a just, clean energy future and resilient, thriving communities for all.

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  • Proyecto de Apoyo Mutuo

    Esta es la Página del Proyecto de Apoyo Mutuo del Bo. Mariana 2 en Humacao. Buscamos alimentar solidaridad y construir otra realidad juntxs.

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  • Queer Ecojustice Project

    Queer Ecojustice Project organizes at the intersection of ecological justice and queer liberation. We envision this as an intersectional movement platform to catalyze culture, consciousness, and community around our collective concerns and building coalition across difference.

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  • Radical Action for Mountains’ and People’s Survival

    We are here to fight for the survival of the land and people of Appalachia, the right to a healthy and sustainable future with clean air and clean water, and the right to a livelihood that nurtures that future.  In addition to confronting the coal industry at the point of extraction, we also see direct action as direct intervention, direct support/service, working to create community based solutions and community organizing and empowerment. We are part of the larger movement to end mountaintop removal that includes many organizations using a wide variety of strategies.

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  • Rainforest Action Network

    Rainforest Action Network preserves forests, protects the climate and upholds human rights by challenging corporate power and systemic injustice through frontline partnerships and strategic campaigns.

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  • Resilience Force

    Resilience Force is a national initiative to transform America’s response to disasters by strengthening and securing America’s Resilience Workforce—the millions of people whose work, heart and expertise make sustainable recovery from disasters possible.

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  • Rising Tide

    Rising Tide is an international, all-volunteer, grassroots network of groups and individuals who organize locally, promote community-based solutions to the climate crisis and take direct action to confront the root causes of climate change.

    Rising Tide was born out of the conviction that corporate-friendly “solutions” to climate change will not save us and that most government efforts are half-measures at best. We organize through decentralized local groups that support one another with shared resources, ideas, fundraising, training and collaborations. Our activities include grassroots community organizing, publishing educational materials, organizing creative direct actions and protests, and holding public education events in order to further the struggle for climate justice.

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  • River City Medic Collective

    We are a collective of trained street medics, EMTs, paramedics, wilderness first responders, herbalists, and other health care providers based in Richmond, Virginia – traditionally Powhatan territory.

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  • Root Health Collective

    care | autonomy | direct action

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  • Rosehip Medic Collective

    The Rosehip Medic Collective is a group of volunteer Street Medics and health care activists active in Portland, Oregon. We provide first aid and emergency care at protests, direct actions, and other sites of resistance and struggle. We also train other street medics and put on community wellness trainings.

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  • Ruckus Society

    The Ruckus Society is a multi-racial network of trainers dedicated to providing the necessary tools, preparation, and support to build direct action capacity for ecological justice and social change movements. We work with Indigenous communities and other communities of color working to preserve their homes and environments and for climate justice.

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  • Sail Relief Team

    Founded in 2017, in response to the devastating Atlantic hurricane season, our mission is to bring disaster relief to remote, isolated and under-served coastal communities. We address the three core needs of Response, Recovery and Resilience to preserve life in times of emergency and rebuild quality of life in the aftermath.

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  • Seeds of Peace Collective

    Since 1986, the Seeds of Peace Collective has provided logistical support and trainings to activists struggling on the front lines for social, environmental, and economic justice. We are a small but motivated group of individuals dedicated to furnishing the basics–namely, food, water, and skill sets–essential to the success of direct action campaigns and mass mobilizations.

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  • Socialist Rifle Association

    The Socialist Rifle Association is an educational organization dedicated to providing the working class with the information they need to be effectively armed for self and community defense. This includes all manner of community defense, from the right of the working class to possess firearms to the ability to be well versed in the fields of medicine, disaster relief, logistics, agriculture, and survival skills. Socialist Rifle Association’s goal is to provide an alternative to the mainstream, toxic, right-wing, and non-inclusive gun culture that has dominated the firearms community for decades.

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  • Solar Village Project

    The Solar Village Project is a non-profit, 501 (c)(3) organization that is actively assisting Indian and African families improve their lives through access, acquisition, maintenance and knowledge of solar power systems in homes with no other other power source. In today’s world, we believe electricity to be an essential resource, similar in importance to water, food, and shelter. Without it, people are marginalized. With it, people are empowered through light and access to information via their cell phones.

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  • Solidarity Thru Food Kitchen

    The fledgling STuF Crisis Relief Mobile kitchen seeks to expand itself to be capable of meeting the rising challenge of food security for Oklahomans. Whether through disaster relief, feed-the-community initiatives, or secondary support for local organizing, there are many ways to lend a hand across the state, and help create a greater spirit of cross-coalitional solidarity among grassroots organizing campaigns. We believe that caring for our communities by providing the most basic service of a meal is a substantial way to support the people of our state.

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  • Southern Movement Assembly

    The Southern Movement Assembly is an organizing strategy for community and movement governance based on the political commitment spoken by Southern Freedom Fighter Fannie Lou Hamer: ‘Nobody is Free until Everybody is Free.’ The Southern Movement Assembly is made up of a broad base of Southern-based leaders and communities who live and fight on many frontlines. We believe that we are stronger together, and we participate in grassroots democracy to exercise political power at the community, city, state, and regional levels.

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  • Standing Rock Medic Healer Council

    We coordinate medical and healer supplies, human resources, and other types of medical/healing aid between the following groups: All the camps who Stand With Standing Rock (Oceti Sakowin, Sacred Stone, Red Warrior, Sicangu-Rosebud, and others), Standing Rock Emergency Services, Indian Health Services, Standing Rock Tribal Council, Mni Wiconi Integrative Health Clinic, and The greater allopathic & healer community.

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  • Steel City Organizing for Radical Mental Health

    SCORCH- Steel City Organizing for Radical Community Health is a community based, all volunteer collective of healthcare activists and street medics in Pittsburgh, PA. We provide first aid, emergency care, trainings, and other forms of healthcare resources within our area, prioritizing the needs of disempowered and disenfranchised communities in our region and to social justice movement based work. SCORCH works with a vision for the long haul of social change within our communities, preparing ourselves and community around disaster and crises based work.

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  • Stone Soup Artist/Activist Collective and Community Resource Center

    We build grassroots power by connecting and enriching groups and individuals in our communities who are working for social justice. We are building community and economies based in cooperation and creativity while resisting oppression and gentrification.

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  • Sunrise Movement

    Sunrise is a movement to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process.

    We’re building an army of young people to make climate change an urgent priority across America, end the corrupting influence of fossil fuel executives on our politics, and elect leaders who stand up for the health and wellbeing of all people.

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  • Support the Port

    Support The Port Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non profit organization that aims to enhance, cultivate and provide a renewed sense of community ownership and excellence for underserved communities. Through the arts, philanthropy and scholarship, Support The Port Foundation, Inc. will increase self-ability, and foster a nonviolent environment where excellence in these three realms are celebrated and expanded.

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  • Tar Sands Blockade

    Tar Sands Blockade is an all-volunteer horizontal, consensus-based organizing collective dedicated to working in solidarity with frontline communities most impacted by tar sands mining, transportation, and refining.

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  • Texas Environmental Justice Advocacy Services

    Texas Environmental Justice Advocacy Services (t.e.j.a.s.) is dedicated to providing community members with the tools necessary to create sustainable, environmentally healthy communities by educating individuals on health concerns and implications arising from environmental pollution, empowering individuals with an understanding of applicable environmental laws and regulations and promoting their enforcement, and offering community building skills and resources for effective community action and greater public participation.

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  • The Dandelion Network

    In the face of climate crisis and systems of oppression, The Dandelion Network takes action. Growing at the speed of trust, The Dandelion Network seeks the emergence of liberatory relationships through mutual aid and crisis response.

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  • The Hub for Sustainable Living

    The Santa Cruz Hub for Sustainable Living is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Santa Cruz, CA, which supports skill-sharing, appropriate use of resources, and interconnected and creative communities. More a constellation of projects rather than a centralized organization, the Hub includes a number of fairly autonomous and interrelated organizations including SubRosa Community Space.

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  • The Response

    The Response is a podcast and documentary series exploring the remarkable communities that arise in the aftermath of disasters. Spanning the globe, each episode takes a deep dive into a unique location to uncover the under-reported stories that are hidden just beneath the surface of extraordinary events.

     

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  • The Smile Trust

    The Smile Trust have taken on the task to provide resources, education, jobs, and housing to combat poverty and homelessness.

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  • Tidewater Solidarity Collective

    Tidewater Solidarity Collective is a radical community building project encompassing economic, racial, gender, sexual, and environmental justice. We are revolutionary anti-capitalists coming together in the Tidewater VA region to build solidarity through people’s infrastructure, mutual aid, and defense of our communities. This can be used as a community learning, planning, and building space, and we hope you will join us. We are an ecosystem, left-coalition based collective, and we reject hyper-sectarianism among revolutionary leftists.

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  • Tierra y Libertad Organization

    TYLO is a grassroots organization, based out of South Tucson, Arizona, that promotes the ideals of equity, justice, and self-determination. Members, supporters, and allies of the organization work for positive social change and for the respect of land, people, and culture.

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  • Tyrstereo

    Trystereo is a volunteer-run harm reduction collective founded in 2011.We are a free, mobile public health resource for people who use drugs in southeastern Louisiana.

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  • Undocufund

    The UndocuFund for Fire Relief in Sonoma County, was founded in October 2017, in response to the Tubbs wildfire, and later the Kincade fire. It was launched by a coalition of immigrant service providers and advocates to provide direct assistance to undocumented victims of the Northern California fires. The Fund seeks to support undocumented children, families, and communities affected by the fires in Sonoma County to recover and rebuild.

     

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  • Unitarian Universalists

    Unitarian Universalists are people of all ages, people of many backgrounds, and people of many beliefs. UUs are brave, curious and compassionate thinkers and doers. We create spirituality and community beyond boundaries, working for more justice and more love in our own lives and in the world.

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  • United Church of Christ

    The United Church of Christ (UCC) is a distinct and diverse community of Christians that come together as one church to join faith and action.  With over 5,000 churches and nearly one million members across the U.S., the UCC serves God in the co-creation of a just and sustainable world. The UCC is a church of firsts, a church of extravagant welcome, and a church where “…they may all be one” (John 17:21).

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  • United Peace Relief

    The mission of United Peace Relief is to respond to disasters with conventional and alternative humanitarian relief. Disaster relief can be hurricane, storm surge, drought, fire, pestilence, explosion, building collapse, transportation accident or any other situation that causes human suffering or creates human needs that the victims cannot alleviate without assistance. We are united in our commitment to promote peace and nonviolence in ourselves and in the world.

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  • West Street Recovery

    West Street Recovery is a horizontally organized grassroots organization which aims to use the Harvey Recovery to build community power.

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  • Wolfpack Gunshot Response Team

    Wolfpack Gunshot Response Team is a civilian stop the bleeding collective, based out of the projects of Cleveland, Ohio. The Wolfpack Gunshot Response Team is a group of young intelligent people of color stepping up to the plate to help save lives and be leaders in their community.We are training to respond to Gunshot, Knife and bomb wounds.

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