Consumer Health Foundation seeks Comms manager Overview of the Position: Under the direction of and in collaboration with the President and CEO, the Communications Manager is responsible for developing and executing the strategic communications activities of the Foundation in alignment with the newly launched 10-year strategic plan. The deadline to apply is this Thursday, January…Continue reading Consumer Health Foundation is hiring!
Year of the WomenX: A Conversation with Charlene Carruthers Charlene Carruthers is a strategist, author and a leading organizer in today’s Black liberation movement. She’s a BOLD Alumni – Classes of 2014 and 2017. As the founding national director of BYP100 (Black Youth Project 100), she has worked alongside hundreds of young Black activists to…Continue reading Year of the WomXN: A Conversation with Charlene Carruthers
CENTERING THE SELF WITH JANVIEVE WILLIAMS COMRIE Janvieve Williams Comrie is a Black Latina human rights strategist, trainer and organizer with a deep commitment to assist in the building of powerful social movements for racial justice and human rights. She has worked in a variety of fields and for several human rights institutions, including the…Continue reading Centering the Self
Make It Mean Something: Funding Black-Led Change In spite of itself, this historic year has had a silver lining. COVID 19 and the tragic murder of George Floyd were historic tests of public support social justice movements. In turn, the success of mass mobilizations by activists across the country have been an inflection point, making…Continue reading Make It Mean Something
What’s on Your Nightstand? What We’re Watching and Listening To Time A poignant, startling documentary film by Garrett Bradley that explores 21 years of a family’s struggle with the incarceration of their loved one. Made with thousands of video messages that a Black Louisiana woman, Sibil Fox Richardson, recorded for her husband as she…Continue reading What’s On Your Nightstand? II
DECEMBER 2020 BOLD NEWSLETTER FUNDING BLACK-LED CHANGE: A Conversation with nat chioke Williams In spite of itself, this historic year has had a silver lining. COVID 19 and the tragic murder of George Floyd were historic tests of public support social justice movements. In turn, the success of mass mobilizations by activists across the country…Continue reading BOLD NEWSLETTER (December 2020)
ESSIE IS LOOKING FOR 6 TEAM MEMBERS! Essie is looking for six exceptional people to join their team in 2021! The following positions are open, and the deadline to apply is January 10th. National Organizing Director Director of Communications and Partnerships Healing to Advocacy Program Manager Operations Fellow Advocacy Fellow Senior Manager of Operations We…Continue reading Essie is Hiring!
Critical Minded is offering grants of up to $5000 to support projects, programs, and publications that bring together and nurture critics of color — within and/or across artistic disciplines — through training, mentorship, and peer-to-peer networking and/or projects, programs and publications provide platforms to amplify the work of critics of color. Please note that INDIVIDUAL projects, including articles, book projects…Continue reading Southern Movement Media Fund
FREEDOM TO THRIVE PROGRAMS COORDINATOR Freedom to Thrive is hiring! At Freedom To Thrive, we are actively working to create a world where safety means investment in people & the planet and to end the punishment-based criminal and immigration systems. We understand that those who will join our team are from the very communities most…Continue reading Freedom to Thrive
Lead Membership and Base Building organizer Overview: Black Visions role of Lead Membership and Base Building Organizer will lead the development of Black Visions’ membership by designing and implementing systems, programs, and community engagement that expands our base and creates deeper connection between Black Visions and the broader Black community. By co-managing a team of…Continue reading Lead Membership and Base Building Organizer