CCJFG is creating a three-part podcast, Funding the Yes and we are proud to share the first episode with you!
Funding the Yes asks the question: What does funding the yes look like within intersectional aspects of social and racial justice movements? Through conversations amongst funders and movement partners, we focus on strategies to fund building a more just future for our communities and ending systems of injustice. Each episode is co-created by CCJFG members and movement partners.
Our first episode focuses on Healing Justice and features a conversation between Gina Peralta, Program Officer in the Human Rights program of the Heising-Simons Foundation and Melanie Havelin, Executive Director of the John M. Lloyd Foundation.
Healing plays a critical role in organizing and CCJFG will continue to highlight healing justice as a priority amongst funders. Below please find a list of resources to support your foundations’ education and commitments on this subject:
Articles and Toolkits:
- Healing Justice Report & Recommendations by Astraea Foundation
- Intersections of Justice in the Time of Coronavirus by Cara Page & Eesha Pandit
- Healing in Action: A Toolkit for Black Lives Matter Healing Justice and Direct Action by Black Lives Matter
- A Not So Brief History of the Healing Justice Movement by Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
- Healing Justice Toolkit by Dignity and Power Now
- Backlash, Burnout and POC Leaders by Mistinguette Smith in Nonprofit Quarterly
- Healing Justice Guidance to Philanthropy during COVID-19, the Uprisings, and Beyond by Neighborhood Funders Group
- There’s A Call For Healing Justice: How Donors Can Respond by Funders for Justice
- What Is Healing Justice? A video with Cara Page and Patrisse Cullors
- Finding Our Way by Prentis Hemphill
- La Cura: Healing, Resilience, and Power by Francisca Porchas-Coronado
- The Emergent Strategy Podcast by adrienne maree brown