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Support NCRP Members This #GivingTuesday & Beyond

Every year, after Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday, comes Giving Tuesday – a day dedicated to donating to your favorite causes and organizations. This #GivingTuesday, we hope you will use your donations to push for… Read More

Fund Organizing Like Our Democracy Depends on It Because It Does

Written by: Trey Gibson

This past month, millions of people cast their vote in elections across the country to choose local leaders and decide on policies that will be consequential for their communities. Although some people considered these to be… Read More

Philanthropy’s Responsibility in Deepening Dialogue Not Fear

Written by: Aaron Dorfman

For nearly five decades, NCRP’s mission has been to transform the philanthropic sector to one where funders build, share, and wield power in allyship with domestic social justice movements. Those social movements and the larger communities… Read More

Philanthropy’s Vital Role in Supporting Frontline Migrant Justice Organizations Must Start with More Funding

Written by: Jessie

In the challenging landscapes of Texas and Florida, where immigration policies directly impact migrant communities, frontline migrant justice organizations grapple with increasingly hostile environments and limited resources.   Recent developments have exacerbated these challenges. In Texas, a… Read More

Lessons from the Raleigh Jail

Written by: Ben Barge

Today marks the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.   As a white kid growing up in Atlanta suburbs and small towns, I first learned about the March in school, through grainy… Read More

Protection Poem – For the baby growing in my womb

Written by: Briana Muñoz

Date: July 05, 2023

  You have been accompanying me  since conception   to ceremony  dancing in my belly     surrounded by fire-keepers  and elders  surrounded by Indigenous song   You have been prayed for  by your momma  and your grandparents  … Read More


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