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I am Ngoran John Paul Leinyuy.When i finished high school, the path to the university was never clear. I remained stranded at Buea until a beneficiary of Educare Africa decided to equally share with me... more
Youth Together (YT) is a type of organization that values the growth and development of youth as leaders. I have not found another... more »
- Oakland, CA
ADL gets a surprising and meaningful gift. I have worked for many years at the ADL and support the organization... more »
This is great organization to get involved with as you immediately feel you are contributing to the goals of the organization.... more »
From an American's perspective, I find the work that this organization conducts to be truly admirable. Personally, I feel that... more »
- Dayton, OH
I have been volunteering with GLSEN for nearly 10 years and became a Board member last year. GLSEN is the pre-eminent organization... more »
What a wonderful organization to be shining light on equality. Together we can bring awareness to our nation & end these issues... more »
- Oakland, CA
The founder Suna Senman-Lane had me totally enrolled in her passion for furthering youth transformation in positive and empowering... more »
- St Augustine, FL
John Steiner wrote:
I have known, loved, and supported YES! since its inception in 1990, and have attended an intergenerational YES! Jam. I am... more »
- Santa Cruz, CA
I have to admit that when signing up for an internship at The Center for the Healing of Racism, I didn’t expect to enjoy my... more »
- Houston, TX
Jolene G. wrote:
I wear many hats as a professional I appreciate the referral network that Transgender Michigan maintains on their website. I... more »
- Ferndale, MI
America has had a long history dealing with issues of race and discrimination. We have come a long way overtime, but there is still much to be done to bring about racial equality.
Of the over 6,600 hate crimes that occurred in 2010, 60% were motivated by race or ethnicity.
Work with nonprofits fighting for justice and racial equality near you. By providing diversity workshops, advocating for the civil rights of people of color, or offering creative outlets to encourage appreciation of culture and diversity, you can make a difference in your community.