In 2012, The Rules (TR) started out asking why mass poverty still exists on a world of such plenty. In looking for the answers, we have grown into a global collective of activists, writers, artists, researchers, coders and others who work to expose the root causes of our current crisis.
The Unified Actional Coalition is a team of activists with a passion for justice and equality. From LGBT rights to the systematic problem of mass incarceration, the Coalition works to educate and empower the global community, giving people an opportunity to make an impact on the world around them.
Founded in 1966, UPROSE is Brooklyn's oldest Latino community-based organization. An intergenerational, multi-racial, nationally recognized community organization, UPROSE promotes sustainability and resiliency in Brooklyn's Sunset Park neighborhood through community organizing, education, indigenous and youth leadership development, and cultural/artistic expression. Central to our work is advocacy to ensure meaningful community engagement, participatory community planning practices, and sustainable development with justice and governmental accountability. As lead advocates of climate justice, UPROSE views the just urban policy—ranging from transportation to open space—as the heart of climate adaptation and community resilience.
Established in 2011, Western Native Voice is a non-profit, non-partisan social justice organization working to inspire Native leadership so our communities flourish through civic engagement, education, leadership development, and public policy advocacy. Today, we work in seven Montana tribal communities and three urban centers-- Billings, Missoula, and Great Falls. Our Purpose: We inspire Native leadership so our communities flourish.
Formed in 2003, NACA is a 501(c)6 trade association located in Washington, D.C. that advocates on behalf of NACA Members – Tribes, Alaska Native Corporations (ANC), and Native Hawaiian Organizations (NHO) on issues relevant to federal contracting. NACA members span the entire United States, and conduct business in all 50 states and internationally. These entities have a strong presence in the federal contracting marketplace as both prime and subcontractors, and provide valuable goods and services to the federal government in nearly every industry code. The net profits these entities derive from providing such goods and services fund important tribal programs designed to safeguard the customs and traditions of Native communities across the country.
The Association on American Indian Affairs is the oldest non-profit serving Indian Country protecting sovereignty, preserving culture and educating youth. The Association was formed in 1922 to change the destructive path of federal policy from assimilation, termination and allotment, to sovereignty, self-determination and self-sufficiency. Throughout its 96-year history, the Association has provided national advocacy on watershed issues that support sovereignty and culture, while working on the ground at a grassroots level with Tribes to support the implementation of programs that affect lives on the ground.