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The Bay Area Justice Funders Network (BAJFN) is a regional network for learning and action, coordinated by Justice Funders.

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Supporting professional grantmakers in strengthening their philanthropic practice.

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We guide and support philanthropic institutions in reimagining how their organization operates as a justice funder.

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We partner with philanthropy and field practitioners to design, pilot, and scale both innovation and coordinated action that advance social movements.

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"We know the horrifying consequences that inaction has cost us in the past. Philanthropy must now take a stand or b… https://t.co/GC1kgEZ1UH

February 14, 2020

"Philanthropic affinity groups have proliferated in recent years...Those that survive and thrive may be the ones th… https://t.co/gfPGZ2IEKH

February 13, 2020

"Wealth falls along racial lines in this country." Jessica Norwood of @runwayproject16 on why it's necessary to sup… https://t.co/GNuZYoEdC6

February 5, 2020

Congratulations Ain! What an incredible team you all have -- and are continuing to build -- at @BorealisPhil! https://t.co/jt8YRyxfW5

January 31, 2020

"We need to confront and tackle these harmful systems while we’re building new systems. Because this problem is not… https://t.co/QmKQ8H5hqu

January 31, 2020

Thank you to everyone who joined us in-person and via livestream for #SOTM2020. What a privilege to spend the after… https://t.co/sR9qGAJzeX

January 30, 2020

Our movements are being led by some of the most innovative & creative folks who are drawing from ancestral wisdom t… https://t.co/sM5U7QyCta

January 30, 2020

“We are funding folks just enough to fail.” -Kellie Terry, Program Officer / Sustainable Environments Program, Surd… https://t.co/FNxvUBOoL2

January 29, 2020

“It’s not just work by groups with existing infrastructure and a strong brand, it’s also the volunteer and less kno… https://t.co/3ILYsytaEc

January 29, 2020

“Blended capital projects work! Grant money and low interest loans need to go directly to Indigenous people.” -Nick… https://t.co/AN1OLTLoAT

January 29, 2020

“Diversity, equity, and inclusion conversations often lack attention to Indigenous sovereignty. Hire us, but not as… https://t.co/lW19IWrdxD

January 29, 2020

“It’s really hard to be a Native person in philanthropy. We struggle with finding a way to prove ourselves, as if w… https://t.co/7eVT5J7uRB

January 29, 2020

“White supremacy lives in philanthropy.” Nick Tilsen @ndncollective #SOTM2020 https://t.co/bpXLv96yrc

January 29, 2020

Karissa Lewis of National Black Food & Justice Alliance closes with a quote from Mary Hook, Southerns for New Groun… https://t.co/1sCHPxaQZr

January 29, 2020

Nick Tilsen @ndncollective, Morning Star Gali @Saaylooli & Daisee Francour @TCCNativeland share the Indigenous inno… https://t.co/aGZiwdlFkp

January 29, 2020

Karissa Lewis breaks down how to practice community governance through self-governance of the community weed supply… https://t.co/TeF6H1ngGS

January 29, 2020

“We have to shift policies and practices that contribute to the hemorrhaging of black land.” -Karissa Lewis, Execut… https://t.co/TvxOth8UEt

January 29, 2020

“As we started to spend more time outside together, working the land, we saw changes in our family and community. W… https://t.co/oCq3VQynKk

January 29, 2020

Karissa Lewis, Chanowk Yisreal & Kellie Terry discuss the vision, strategies & impact of the National Black Food &… https://t.co/G9VfNeg5mk

January 29, 2020

Share stories. Be in relationship. Reflect. Integrate. #SOTM2020 https://t.co/xub5hxkzM9

January 29, 2020

“As funders, how are we organizing our own folks?” -Jasmine Gomez of Access Strategies Fund #SOTM2020 https://t.co/VvzBjMqBBW

January 29, 2020
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