Community is a verb. Solidarity Is:
A call to ACTION from Access Team Member, Carolyne Ouya.
Note: The video is only 2:33 Min
We stand in solidarity with our community.
We don't have fancy gadgets or a comprehensive marketing team. Yet we have a unified heart & dedication, to and for our community on a grassroots level. Access is committed to providing equal opportunity for us all. For Black Lives. For Black Communities and the systems that make it difficult for people of color to thrive. We are here and can't wait to launch the next phase of resources and pathways that we believe will truly assist in changing the world. We feel you. We see you. We serve you.
Official Statement of Solidarity
Resources for Black Community
DETOUR is a mentoring program for girls of color. Our vision is to see equity and inclusion for teen girls of color in higher education and priority sector employment. Our mission is to increase access to education and employment opportunities for girls through our Focused And Naturally Confident Youth (F.A.N.C.Y.) Leadership programs (Expo, Leadership Academy, and Ambassador Internships.)
Inspired by Black Women's Blueprint National Call to Action, March for Black Womxn is dedicated to march, organize and advocate for Black womxn and girls who are impacted by widespread incarceration, rape and all sexualized violence, the murders and brutalization of transwomen and the disappearances of our girls from our streets, our schools and our homes.March for Black Womxn will continue until our demands are met.
The mission of BlackLine is to provide hope and promote social justice for individuals, families and communities through immediate crisis counseling and collecting information on negative police and vigilante contact in the United States of America. BlackLine is a unique combination of professional staff, trained volunteers and collaborative partnerships to create innovative responses to pressing social needs and issues. Through an unapologetic Black, LGBTQ and Black Femme lens. 1(800)604-5841
A Black Healing Space. Because Black people making the choice to sit together and heal out loud is a form of protest.
The UndocuBlack Network (UBN) is a multigenerational network of currently and formerly undocumented Black people that fosters community, facilitates access to resources, and contributes to transforming the realities of our people, so we are thriving and living our fullest lives.
The San Diego Black LGBTQ Coalition strives to be a haven for OUR community. As your central hub for Queer Black life, our primary focus is connecting you to resources, events, and outlets that support and enrich your life, and providing opportunities to strengthen the community in which we live.
We All We Got SD is a non-judgmental group which is here to provide community support. We operate under the value that what we provide is solidarity, not charity. This means that it is not our role to determine which items someone may need to survive. We respect people’s ability to determine what they need and what is right for them. We trust all people to make their own decisions. Just as we do not police each other, this group does not collaborate with cops or ICE.
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All are welcome regardless of race, color, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, disability or national origin.
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To Support Access Youth & Immigration Services
To support Access Youth & Immigration Services Donate Online. Your donation will truly make a difference in supporting our efforts & commitment to solidarity, equity, and justice for all for over 50 years. Access, Inc. is a Section 501(c) (3) charitable organization, EIN 95-2422704. All donations are deemed tax-deductible absent any limitations on deductibility applicable to a particular taxpayer.
For Strategic Partnerships & Collaboration contact Carolyne Ouya at email@example.com or 858-560-0871 Ext 131
Thank you for believing that our community matters.