Announcement of Fall 2014 Grantees
Our fall grantees this year have been a part of the Kindle family for quite some time and our commitment to them is because of the hope and impact they create through their work.
We’ve shared many of their stories with you over the past year, and it’s been an incredible learning experience to see just how deeply these organizations dig to reveal the roots of the systemic problems we’re facing. We would like to take a moment to shine some light on the work of our grantees.
- Amazon Watch has acknowledged women in the Amazon for their high level contribution to climate change.
- Wildfire Project has used experimental education to make the movements they support sustainable and connected.
- May First/People Link empowers us to protect and develop the Internet in ways that serve the common good.
- Sins Invalid demonstrates creativity bringing disability justice to the forefront of public discourse.
- New Mexico Environmental Law Center perseveres with their unceasingly vibrant, tireless and creative practice of law, making massive change for our New Mexico communities.
- Generation Food inspires us with their groundbreaking food justice media work.
- The Center for PostNatural History expands their impressive archive of living things altered by genetic modification.
- Yansa reminds us about the power of innovation and collaboration.
- New Economy Coalition grounds us in what kind of transformation is truly possible.
- Movement Generation mobilizes communities of color across the country.
- CoClimate, our newest grantee partner, imagines new ways for us to re-engage with the most challenging issues in a positive way.
Following the work of grantee partners has lifted our spirits and energized our work to carry us through 2014 and begin 2015 with gusto. We truly feel privileged to work with a such an amazing team of radical, world changing super heroes. Happy New Year, Kindle community!
Sins Invalid recognizes that we will be liberated as whole beings – as disabled/as queer/as brown/as black/as genderqueer/as female- or male-bodied – as we are far greater whole than partitioned. We are committed to social and economic justice for all people with disabilities, moving beyond individual legal rights to collective human rights. Our stories, embedded in analysis, lay the foundation for a collective claim of liberation and beauty.