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Activist Organizations 


Welcome to the C.A.R.E. resource page.  We provide resources on all things antiracism, DEI, social justice activism, civil rights, and human rights.  

National Coalition on of Blacks for Reparations in America

NCOBRA’s founding meeting, September 26, 1987, was convened for the purpose of broadening the base of support for the long-standing reparations movement Read  more: Click here

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California Department of Education

State Superintendent Tony Thurmond announced  that the CDE is collaborating closely with Apple and T-Mobile to connect up to 1 million students in need as most schools across California expect to begin the next school year in distance learning. Read  more: Click here

Umoja Community 

Umoja, (a Kiswahili word meaning unity) is a community and critical resource dedicated to enhancing the cultural and educational experiences of African American and other students. We believe that when the voices and histories of students are deliberately and intentionally recognized, the opportunity for self-efficacy emerges and a foundation is formed for academic success. Umoja actively serves and promotes student success for all students through a curriculum and pedagogy responsive to the legacy of the African and African American Diasporas. Read  more: Click here

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Beyoncé & Her BeyGOOD Foundation Partner With NAACP

Beyoncé and her charitable foundation BeyGOOD have been doing their part to assist the black community during the coronavirus pandemic. Now, the organization is partnering up with the NAACP to launch the Black-Owned Small Business Impact Fund. More info:  Click here

American Civil Liberties Union

Civil rights, Freedom of speech, Immigrants'​ rights, Racial justice, Criminal justice system reform, Voting rights, LGBT rights, Technology and liberty, Women's rights, Reproductive rights, Religious liberty, and Civil liberties. More Info: Click here

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JusticeLA invites you–individuals and organizations engaged in social justice work–to join JusticeLA's campaign to fight the jail expansion in L.A. County. Join JusticeLA to be counted among the organizations in L.A. County and across the country that are standing together to issue our own call to action, imagine our collective future.  Click here

C-Note: The Artist Behind the Walls 

C-Note is a poet, playwright, performing artist, and award-winning visual artist who is known as the King of Prison Hip Hop. His works have either been exhibited, performed, recited, or sold, from Alcatraz to Berlin. In 2017, Google Search listed him in their search results, as both America's, and the world's most prolific prisoner-artist.   Click here

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