As a part of our ongoing commitment to embed Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion values into all areas of The Conservation Alliance, we would like to share a third and final update on our work during 2022.
We’re excited to announce the 2022 Confluence Program grantees: Ridges to Riffles, Great Plains Restoration Council, Wind River Tribal Buffalo Initiative, and Detroit Black Farmer Land Fund.
The Conservation Alliance Launches 2022 Confluence Program to Fund Historically Racially Excluded Groups Working to Conserve the Outdoors
Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Our vision for ourselves, our organization, and our role in conservation Our Why The Conservation Alliance represents a coalition of businesses that fund and advocate for the protection of North America’s wild places. Through our work, we consolidate and redistribute power in the form of financial grants and political influence…
A year ago, we made a public statement to acknowledge the responsibility that comes with distributing money and that funders often unintentionally reinforce systems of oppression through grant making.
We’d like to share an update about our journey to advance justice, equity, diversity and inclusion – or JEDI – at The Conservation Alliance.
Silence is complicity, and we have been complicit for too long. We stand in solidarity with people demanding justice. Justice for George Floyd. Justice for Ahmaud Arbery. And justice for all of the Black people who have been harmed or killed because of the color of their skin.