Each week we will be amplifying members from our many grantee organizations. Learn more about what those in our Haymarket network are doing and how your support can help us continue to see growth in our communities
Meet Carolyn Chou
Executive Director, Asian American Resource Workshop
The mission of the Asian American Resource Workshop is to work for the empowerment of the Asian Pacific American community to achieve its full participation in U.S society. Since 1979, AARW has worked with a uniquely pan-Asian lens in providing programming and leadership development to the Greater Boston Asian American community around arts, organizing & activism, and political education.
42 Charles Street, Suite D, Dorchester MA 02122
Meet Magalis Troncoso
Founder & Director, Dominican Development Center
The Dominican Development Center is a non-profit organization founded in 2007 in Boston, focusing on organizing immigrant workers, and addressing the root causes of racism, oppression and abuse in immigrant communities coming from the Dominican Republic, the Caribbean and across Latin America
Dominican Development Center
45 Seaverns Street Boston MA 02130
Meet Malchus Mills
Former Funding Panel Member and Vice Chairperson of D.A.R.E.
Direct Action for Rights and Equity (DARE) is a membership-based community organization whose mission is to orga-nize low-income families in communities of color for social, political, and economic justice. Haymarket funds will go towards supporting two organizing projects: Behind the Walls, and Tenant and Homeowner’s Association.
Meet Keturah Brewster
Interim Director, I Have A Future/Youth Jobs Coalition
I Have A Future/Youth Jobs Coalition is an organization of youth organizers and allies based in Boston, building power across the state through transformational leadership development, direct public action, and policy change. I Have a Future fights to increase access and opportunities of employment through the state budget and seeks systemic change around the racially targeted practices of sentencing and policing through juvenile justice reform, and the allocation of funds for imprisonment as opposed to job training.
I Have a Future/Youth Jobs Coalition!