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Frontiers | Peer Reviewed Articles - Open Access Journals Open-access publisher of peer-reviewed scientific articles across the entire spectrum of academia. Research network for academics to stay up-to-date with the latest scientific publications, events, blogs and news.
Mt. Hood Meadows | Ski and Snowboard Resort and Learning Center | Meadows Mount Hood Meadows is one of the largest ski resorts in Oregon and the largest ski resort on Mount Hood. It is located about 67 miles east of Portland, and 35 miles from Hood River along Oregon Route 35. It has both Alpine and Nordic ski areas and offers night skiing, lessons and equipment rentals.
Bird and Stone | Jewelry that gives back Jewelry that gives back. Ethically made jewelry that donates 10% of every purchase to support a cause.
Legal Services NYC Legal Services NYC fights poverty and seeks racial, social, and economic justice for low income New Yorkers. For more than 45 years, we have challenged systemic injustice and helped clients meet basic needs for housing, access to high-quality education, health care, family stability, and income and economic security.
Welcome to the Raith Foundation The RAITH Foundation is concerned that systemic injustice and unfairness prevail in South Africa and seeks effective and lasting solutions, which address this at its roots.
Evangelist Dave Young | Jesus "is Savior of all . . . those that believe." 1 Timothy 4:10 Jesus "is Savior of all . . . those that believe." 1 Timothy 4:10
Anthony (Tony) Bottagaro— original entertainer, keynote and motivational speaker, bestselling author This unique and provocative one-man show is an engaging and inspirational character portrayal of Mario the Peddler, a New York City street peddler, humorist, and philosopher extraordinaire. The memorable stage production that addresses many issues of interest today, accountability, responsibility, ethics, and social injustice, both delights and challenges audiences.
Anchorlot We are a rock band from New York City that writes about a wide range of topics from social injustice and political exploits to individual empowerment and unity.
GetOrganizedBK - Home GetOrganizedBK is a group of Brooklyn progressives and activists. Through social activism and community organizing, we work to resist policies of injustice, corruption, and hate.
The Official Modest Needs Blog The Official Modest Needs Blog covers issues about the working poor, social injustice, giving and peer to peer charity. Modest Needs is the only charity that allows you to select, personally, the recipient.
Women's March Sydney | Fighting For Equality | Join Us Women's March Sydney - We made history on the 21/1/2017, marching in solidarity with women in Washington DC & around the world. We're just getting started.
The Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County Legal Aid fights social injustice through civil legal advocacy and helps low-income clients with civil legal issues.
arise | Together for children and thriving families Arise believes that every child belongs in a thriving family Based in the community of Heideveld in the Cape Flats, Cape Town, we see families crumbling under the weight of poverty, crime, social injustice and abuse. Arise aims to strengthen family units through various programmes. We work with both children and parents or caregivers to…
Home | Earthsight A non-profit organisation that uses in-depth investigations to expose environmental and social crime, injustice and the ties to global consumption
Las Vegas Catholic Worker - Serving the Poor and Homeless of Las Vegas since 1986 The Las Vegas Catholic Worker Community serves the poor and homeless and practices active nonviolence for transformation of war, injustice and institutional violence that perpetuates the cycle of poverty.
HEART OF THE ROCKIES INITIATIVE | A Land Trust Partnership It is time to speak up. As Heart of the Rockies Initiative works to ensure connected habitat and working lands for people and wildlife, we do so with an understanding that conservation is inextricably linked with social justice and equity. The deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery are but the most recent examples of the social injustice and inequity that are the hallmarks of undeniable, longstanding and deep systemic racism in the United States. As an organization, we value diversity and know that conservation and communities are best served by diversity, inclusion and equity. We are having conversations about racism and oppression, exploring how we as a conservation community can do our part to dismantle systemic racism. For too long those of us with opportunity and privilege have failed in our responsibility to look at the truth squarely and name the system of racial oppression that artificially divides Americans. This is the time to acknowledge pain and injustice, sit with discomfort and take responsibility for the ways we both benefit from and perpetuate systems that oppress Black people, Indigenous people, Latinx people, and other oppressed and marginalized people. This must change. Gary Burnett, Executive Director, and the entire staff of Heart of the Rockies InitiativeJoselin Matkins, Board President, and the entire Board of Directors of Heart of the Rockies Initiative