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We are seeking tax deductible gifts and equity financing to produce ACTS OF REPARATION and launch our distribution and impact initiative.
There are lots of ways to donate. Click on the button below to give via PayPal or with a credit card. Write a check to our 501(c)3 fiscal sponsor, The Alliance for Media Arts + Culture - with Acts of Reparation in the memo - and mail to: Wendy Levy, Executive Director, The Alliance for Media Arts + Culture, 1919 South Syringa Road, Spokane, WA 99203-3463. Or, if you would like to donate by direct deposit or wire transfer, please contact us.
The Pink House will be a museum, event space, shared workspace, ancestry research hub, luncheonette, and storytelling lab dedicated to honoring and celebrating the legacy and the futures of Black women and to the healing of historic harm in multiracial community.
Ekvn-Yefolecv (ee-gun yee-full-lee-juh) is an intentional ecovillage community of Indigenous Maskoke persons who, after 180 years of having been forcibly removed from traditional homelands - in what is commonly/colonially known as Alabama - have returned for the purpose of practicing linguistic, cultural and ecological sustainability.
Sogorea Te' Land Trust is an urban Indigenous women-led land trust that facilitates the return of Indigenous land to Indigenous people. Sogorea Te' calls on us all to heal and transform the legacies of colonization, genocide, and patriarchy and to do the work our ancestors and future generations are calling us to do.
GREENE COUNTY AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM
The Greene County African American Museum is dedicated to the empowerment of and truth-telling about African American lives in Greene County, Georgia. The Museum is designed to inspire a clarity of heart and mind by sharing important contributions and stories from the African American community throughout its history to the present day.
GRASSROOTS REPARATION CAMPAIGN
The Grassroots Reparation Campaign works with faith-based and ethically oriented social justice organizations to envision a world that is accountable for the past harms of slavery, colonialism, genocide, and other material and moral abuses, and where reconciliation is possible because racism is no more.
Through the joint collaborative efforts of members of the Assonet Band of Wampanoag, the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, the Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah and the Herring Pond Band of Wampanoag, the Wôpanâak Language Reclamation Project works to return language fluency to the Wampanoag Nation as a principal means of expression.
ROYALL HOUSE AND
The Royall House and Slave Quarters Museum was home to the largest slaveholding family in Massachusetts and the enslaved Africans who made their lavish lifestyle possible. Today, its community and educational programs bear witness to intertwined stories of wealth and bondage, set against the backdrop of America's quest for independence.