Scott Gannon Patton
Joined August 2020
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Gullah Geechee Group, Inc.
Hallandale Beach, FL
Gullah/Geechee Group, Inc. is organized exclusively 1) to support the four coastal states of the Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor -South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida--through education about the Gullah/Geechee people and their designation as a National Heritage Area; 2) to communicate through a digital means like studies, seminars (webinars) publications--about history, culture, arts, land, food, music, religion, current affairs, etc.
African American Community Service Agency
San Jose, CA
It is the mission of the African American Community Service Agency to preserve the dignity and culture of a diverse African American Community, and to provide services that promote the full participation of Santa Clara County and the general society.
New Jersey Institute for Social Justice Inc.
The Institute is a Newark-based cutting-edge racial and social justice advocacy organization dedicated to economic justice, expanding democracy through voting rights and participation, and criminal justice reform.
Asian Americans Advancing Justice Atlanta
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Atlanta is the first and only nonprofit legal advocacy nonprofit dedicated to the civil rights of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AANHPI) in Georgia and the Southeast.
Tewa Women United
Santa Cruz, NM
The mission of TWU is to provide courageous spaces for Indigenous women to uncover the power, strength, and skills they possess to become positive forces for transformative change in their families and communities.
New Georgia Project
The New Georgia Project (NGP) is a 501(c)3 non-profit focused on voter registration, engagement, and power building for the large and growing population of African Americans, Latinos, and Asian Americans in Georgia. NGP is part of a movement – not a moment – to meet the changing demographics of Georgia, to harness the unheard voices of the New American Majority and to position Georgia for leadership in the South and across the country, identify local policy priorities, demystify the political process, and move their families and neighbors to action.
GA Coalition for the Colored Peoples' Agenda
Based in Atlanta, the CPA is active throughout the state of Georgia, and works to support and establish state coalitions in the Southeast states of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Kentucky.
New York, NY
Changing Frequencies is an archival, memory & cultural organizing project that collaborates with organizers, cultural workers and healing/health practitioners to build power with communities who want to confront, heal & transform the historical and contemporary harms and abuses of the Medical Industrial Complex (MIC).
Justice for Greenwood Foundation
Our advocacy efforts agitate for justice for survivors, descendants and support strategies that bolster present-day Greenwood community and policies that deliver justice and pay reparations. We seek reparations and resources for the victims of the 1921 Massacre and their descendants and for accountability for the perpetrators of the 1921 Massacre and its continuing harm. We document and publicize the stories of the 1921 Massacre victims and their descendants and share the truth about what happened during and after the 1921 Massacre and its continued effect on victims and their descendants.
The National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America
New Orleans, LA
The Mission of the National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (NCOBRA) is to win full Reparations for Black African Descendants residing in the United States and its territories for the genocidal war against Africans that created the TransAtlantic Slave “Trade” Chattel Slavery, Jim Crow and Chattel Slavery’s continuing vestiges (the Maafa).