Causa Justa/Just Cause

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Causa Justa/Just Cause received grant funds from the McKay Foundation in 2006. The organization is dominated by members and supporters of the Freedom Road Socialist Organization.

Causa Justa sister organizations

In 2021 Shaketa Redden was interim exective director of Causa Justa/Just Cause. Causa Justa/Just Cause July 8 2021·

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So many of our sister organizations on both sides of the bay have worked hard over the years to make change possible. We lift you up, as we celebrate our tenth anniversary, organizing, plotting and strategizing because we know that #OrganizingGetsTheGoods. Join our virtual anniversary event Connect. Rise. Create: Celebrating Our Legacy, Forging Our Future on Thursday, July 29 – 6-7PM. Link to purchase tickets is in our bio. https://bit.ly/CJJCRise

Right to the City Alliance, Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN), PODER (SF), Bay Resistance, Bay Rising, LeftRoots, It Takes Roots, Anti Police-Terror Project, Ella Baker Center, San Francisco Anti-Displacement Coalition.

Grassroots Global Justice Alliance Coordinating Committee

Grassroots Global Justice Alliance Coordinating Committee, as of 2015;[1]

Akonadi funding

Founded in 2000 by Quinn Delaney and her husband Wayne Jordan, Akonadi Foundation began as an extension of their commitment to racial justice. The foundation evolved from Quinn and Wayne’s years of experience as progressive donors, campaign activists, and civil rights advocates.

The foundation’s seeds were planted in 1999, as youth groups in the San Francisco Bay Area began campaigning against Proposition 21, a statewide initiative that was to appear on the March 2000 ballot. Under the proposition, many 14-year-olds would be tried in adult rather than juvenile courts and 16-year-olds could be incarcerated in adult prisons. A wave of youth activists and youth-led organizations organized against the initiative, inspiring people across the country. Quinn and Wayne noticed something different about these organizations’ approach to their work: each was committed to an explicit vision for racial justice. Inspired by what they saw and resolving to support organizations that had a racial justice focus, Quinn and Wayne launched Akonadi Foundation, named after the oracle goddess of justice in Ghana. For the next five years, Akonadi supported local and national groups that advanced racial justice, including the Applied Research Center, Asian Pacific Environmental Network, East Side Arts Alliance, and Causa Justa/Just Cause.

Board members

As of 2015 the board of Causa Justa/Just Cause included;[2]

Staff

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