Grantee Partners

Liberated Capital grantee partners are Indigenous, Black and other people-of-color led initiatives working for transformative social change. Grants are offered monthly to support BIPOC-led organizations with unrestricted funds to support general operating costs, on a trust-basis.

Reparations Summer

Reparations Summer is a call for white people to assemble resources and to forward reparations each summer. They invite folks with access to wealth to: (1) organize, (2) move resources now and (3) continue educating and mobilizing networks to move resources every Juneteenth until this collective mass mobilization is more than enough to seed the autonomous infrastructure we envision.

“We are not asking people to answer for their ancestors’ crimes, we are asking them to stop upholding the structures their ancestors created and to stop hoarding the wealth our ancestors created."
Akua Deirdre Smith
Reparations Summer

Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective (BEAM)

BEAM is a collective of advocates, yoga teachers, artists, therapists, lawyers, religious leaders, teachers, psychologists and activists committed to the emotional/mental health and healing of Black communities.

“There is no inherent dignity in poverty and there is absolutely no dignity in shaming our folks for desiring compensation for their work. Decolonizing wealth, and the myriad of intrapsychic and social chasms white economics have created between us, is the only way forward to ethical abundance.”
Yolo Akili Robinson
Founder / Chief Executive Officer

Tewa Women United

Through Relational-tivity, Tewa Women United embodies courageous spaces that center Indigenous women and girls to connect with ancestral knowingness, healing strengths, and lifeways for the wellbeing of all.

“Everything we do is interconnected. We fight for environmental justice so that our communities are healthier. We break the cycle of violence by educating our youth. We build women’s natural leadership to lift their families out of poverty and we help families get a healthy start to reverse the negative statistics from the beginning. Using the knowledge that lies within us, we know that we have the power to change our communities, so that our children and our culture can truly thrive.”
Dr. Corrine Sanchez
Executive Director

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