On Wednesday, September 29, the Environmental Justice Resourcing Collective (EJRC) at the Kataly Foundation hosted a webinar to share what environmental justice means to frontline communities, and how they engaged in movement-led grantmaking that shifts power and supports collective self-determination.

In August, the EJRC redistributed $31.75 million to 78 BIPOC-led organizations across the country.

During their webinar yesterday, the speakers shared the origins of the collective, the intersectionalities of environmental justice, what was unique about this participatory process, their grantmaking strategy, and how they built trust and made decisions together.

Read the full article about funding BIPOC communities by The Kataly Foundation at Medium.