The Healing Justice Project

Developed in collaboration with Camila Cabello & Movement Voter Fund

In January of 2021, Camila Cabello and Movement Voter Fund launched a new initiative to provide direct funding to provide culturally relevant mental health and wellness resources to youth activists and grassroots organizations working at the intersection of racial and economic justice, electoral organizing, and other movements that propel this country forward.

Healing Justice is a framework that identifies how we can holistically respond to and intervene on intergenerational trauma and violence, and to bring collective practices that can impact and transform the consequences of oppression on our collective bodies, hearts and minds.

β€”Cara Page, Kindred Southern Healing Justice Collective

Check out Camila’s introduction on Instagram, highlighting Muslim Women For, one of the grantees:

This project provides key healing justice support to 10 grassroots organizations, including 6 months of direct funding for the healing justice and community wellness needs of frontline organizers who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, as well as the communities they serve. These grants prioritize supporting the regions and communities that stood at the center of racial justice and electoral organizing in 2020.

Read more in The Hollywood Reporter:

Ways to Help Support

  • 🐒Follow @movementvoterproject and @camila_cabello on Instagram. Camila will be posting stories and sharing her platform with each of the groups in the cohort over the next few months.
  • πŸ’Make a donation to the Healing Justice Fund to support continued grants beyond June 2021. Donations are tax-deductible.
  • πŸ¦‰Learn more about healing justice and the ways that you can be contributing to the wellness and radical rest of Black, Indigenous and People of Color organizers around the country.
  • 🌻Contribute to local mutual aid funds where you live, and support the work of BIPOC healers, cultural workers and therapists.

Initial Grantees

Arizona

Mass Liberation AZ

A directly-impacted people's organization focused on building power to end mass incarceration and divest from the carcel system in Arizona.

Arizona

LUCHA Arizona

A grassroots organization that builds power with Arizona's working families to advance social, racial, and economic justice for all.

Florida

QLatinx

A grassroots racial, social, and gender justice organization dedicated to the advancement and empowerment of Central Florida's LGBTQ+ Latinx community.

Georgia

Southerners on the Ground Organizing (SONG)

A home for BIPOC-centered LGBTQ+ liberation through leadership development, intersectional analysis, and organizing.

Michigan

Student Advocacy Center

Works with underserved students, and their families, to stay in school and realize their rights to a quality public education, grow and experience success through education advocacy and support.

Minnesota

MN350

A people-powered organization working to transition to a just clean-energy future.

Missouri

Faith for Justice

A coalition of Christian activists who amplify, support and connect churches to the work of Black-led organizations and liberation campaigns.

North Carolina

Muslim Women For

Fosters and nurtures vibrant Muslim societies that work to create positive social change and uplift their communities through political education, leadership development, relationship building, women of color empowerment, and grassroots organizing.

Wisconsin

Black Leaders Organizing Communities (BLOC)

Focused on uplifting the Black citizens, leaders, and businesses for their communities.

Wisconsin

Freedom, Inc

Engages low to no income communities of color in Dane County, aiming to achieve social justice through coupling direct services with leadership development and community organizing.

QLatinx
Freedom, Inc
Mass Liberation AZ

About MVP

MVP works to strengthen progressive power at all levels of government by helping donors – big and small – support the best and most promising community-based organizations in key states, with a focus on youth and communities of color.

MVP groups both turn out voters at election time and organize year-round to buold a sustained base of power.

This is a joint website of Movement Voter Project and Movement Voter PAC. Movement Voter Project is a 501(c)(4) organization. Movement Voter PAC is a hybrid political action committee. They are separate organizations.
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