A New, Anti-Racist Future

July 27, 2020 Debra Gore-Mann General

Now is the time to build an anti-racist economy grounded in an agenda that rejects anti-Blackness. The recent passing of John Lewis, our beloved civil rights [...]


In Memoriam: Robert ‘Bob’ Gnaizda

July 16, 2020 Greenlining General

The Greenlining family mourns the passing of Robert (Bob) Gnaizda, one of the organization’s co-founders and a life-long advocate for racial and economic justice. On behalf [...]


Confronting – and Erasing — the U.S.’s Racist History

July 9, 2020 Bruce Mirken General

In his July 3 speech at Mount Rushmore, President Donald Trump accused progressives and Black Lives Matter activists of waging “a merciless campaign to wipe out [...]


A Fierce Urgency: The Fight Against Becoming Weaker, Sicker, Poorer

June 3, 2020 Debra Gore-Mann Diversity & Inclusion, General

We here at Greenlining need to speak out against the ongoing violent law enforcement and over-policing of black people. We know that COVID-19 actively has a [...]


We The Future 2020 Community Resources

May 28, 2020 Mariah Gonzalez Economic Summit

On May 21, 2020, the Greenlining Institute hosted our first virtual Economic Summit, focused on tackling the racial equity and economic impacts of the COVID-19 crisis. [...]


We The Future: A Virtual Summit on Race Equity Video Recap

May 27, 2020 Mariah Gonzalez Economic Summit

Each year, The Greenlining Insitute’s Economic Summit brings together thought leaders at the forefront of the fight for justice and equity. Our 27th annual Economic Summit, [...]


Key Details for Greenlining’s Virtual Economic Summit: We The Future

May 20, 2020 Mariah Gonzalez Economic Summit, General

On May 21, equity leaders and advocates from across the country will gather for our first ever virtual Economic Summit on Race Equity: We The Future. [...]


Beyond Infrastructure: How California’s Climate Resilience Bond Can Bring a Just Recovery

May 17, 2020 Sona Mohnot, Amee Raval Environmental Equity

Crisis is a threat multiplier for inequality.  Whether it’s a global pandemic, mass power shutoffs, or devastating wildfires, the impacts and risks are dramatically different depending [...]


Repeal Prop. 209 and Pass ACA 5 to Legalize Equal Opportunity

May 12, 2020 Adam Briones, Kelsey Lyles Economic Equity, Health Equity

An old, bad law, Prop. 209, is keeping California from fully responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Happily, a measure to start undoing this decades-old mistake, ACA [...]


Greenlining the Recovery and Long-Term Community Resilience

May 11, 2020 Sonrisa Cooper Economic Equity, Environmental Equity

The ongoing global health crisis and economic collapse have revealed to the general public what racial justice advocates have known for a long time: our economic [...]

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