Grassroots and neighborhood-based organizations are not only centers of mutual aid—they are mobilizing New Yorkers to advocate for systemic changes needed to address the root causes of inequity that have been multiplied by COVID-19.
This report looks at the successful campaigns of Green Light NY and Housing Justice for All, and highlights the importance of statewide organizing, centering directly-impacted people from low-income communities of color in leadership and decision-making, and leveraging community power through grassroots organizing.
This research report illustrates how the city's community organizing and advocacy groups— large and small—are often the connective tissue between community members and campaigns to win significant public policy change.
A series of interviews with Black organizers, meditating on their history and current work.
The set of strategies outlined here describes how some service organizations are integrating social change into their everyday work. Supporting the voice of their service recipients helps participants gain a sense of efficacy and gives organizations new ideas and power to make change.
For the 10th anniversary of September 11, the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, NYF, NY Community Trust, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and Philanthropy New York organized a listening tour that brought together foundation leaders, government officials, and community leaders to explore New York’s diverse Muslim communities.
The New York Foundation celebrates its 100th Anniversary and releases this report on the foundation's history.
A collaborative journalism project by People's Production House, 'The Count' investigates the tactics and tools developed by grassroots organizations determined to-this time-ensure that immigrants, working families, and youth get included in THE COUNT.