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Project News | October 13, 2022

Black Genius Foundation “The Black Genius Foundation seeks to transform the conversation around genius by placing Black artists and the Black creative ecosystem at the center,” Simone Eccleston, the Executive

Project News | September 29, 2022

El/La Para Translatinas Nicole Santamaria, Executive Director of El/La Para Translatinas, was recently quoted in an article titled ‘Reproductive Rights Are Gender Rights’. In response to abortion bans, Nicole said,

Project News | September 8, 2022

Attendance Works Chronic Absenteeism, a term coined by Hedy Chang (founder of Attendance Works), is defined as students who miss 10% (18 days) of school in a year. In San

Ruth Joins Charity Navigator’s Council

Ruth Williams of Community Initiatives Joins Charity Navigator’s Consultative Council of Nonprofit Leaders [Oakland, CA, 8/26/2022] – Community Initiatives is proud to announce that Ruth Williams, CEO & President, is

Project News | August 25, 2022

Academic Research Consortium Neurodiversity describes the idea that people experience and interact with the world differently. On August 10, Academic Research Consortium held a session on neurodiversity. Understanding neurodiversity is

Project News | August 11, 2022

Jewish Youth for Community Action The Jewish News of Northern California is promoting the programs of Jewish Youth for Community Action on their website, jweekly.com. Jweekly.com is an online resource

Remembering Dan Sudran

Community Initiatives Celebrates Dan Sudran, Beloved Founder of Mission Science Workshop Please join Community Initiatives in celebrating the life of Dan Sudran, founder and former Director of Mission Science Workshop,

Project News | July 28, 2022

El/La Para Translatinas In solidarity with all women, members of El/La Para Translatinas showed their support for the fight against the SCOTUS decision to reverse Roe vs. Wade. They displayed

Project News | July 15, 2022

Mass STEM Hub On the ‘news’ section of their website, Mass STEM Hub published an article titled ‘What Kept Students, Staff Going During the Pandemic: Three Case Studies from New

Project News | June 30, 2022

Bay Area Network for Diversity Training in Early Childhood (BANDTEC) On social media, in honor of Pride month, BANDTEC shared a post from LBGTQ+ media advocate Lindz Amer (they/them). In

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