A non-religious 501c3 faith-based capacity building nonprofit organization, established to respond to HIV/AIDS and other major health issues affecting people of African descent.
AARTH Ministry was established in September 2002 to help bridge the gap in health inequities by providing social/behavioral health education and training capacity building services to faith, health and social service institutions that serve people of African descent.
A nonprofit organization solely dedicated to presenting emerging Black arts, artists, and ideas in the Seattle area. We believe in the value of community, creativity, identity and passion.
To provide a platform for provocative arts and ideas that foster awareness of and involvement in Black experiences.
CHBC believes that in order to better serve BIPOC (black, Indigenous and people of color), immigrant and refugee communities, Community Based Organizations (CBOs), Public Agencies, Non-profit and government agencies must focus on Leadership development programs that intentionally recruit people of color and that incorporate individual leadership training, organizational capacity building, and constituency development.
At KCEN, we craft and advance pro-Black equity solutions to realize measurable markers of equity for the Black community in Martin Luther King Jr. County, Washington. Our work is grounded in the theory of Racial Realism and the understanding that anti-Black racism is the biggest threat to American democracy. We define success by measuring changes to the material conditions of Black peoples. .
KVRU 105.7 FM is a low-power radio station packed with high-powered ideas for supporting local creativity and working toward a more just society. Our goal is to provide our listeners with opportunities to share their stories and develop ongoing, community-focused programming.
A multidisciplinary health care center designed to meet the needs of communities marginalized by mainstream medicine by offering culturally appropriate care for the people by the people. Our goal is to have a home for the TCHF clinic by 2025.
Through these efforts, we work to advance the health of Black, Brown, LGBTQI, disabled and low-income community members throughout the region