At AFJ’s founding, 20 organizations came together to protect constitutional rights. Our strength remains rooted in our more than 150 members, diverse in mission but united in our commitment to justice.

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Next Up Action Fund
Next Up Action Fund engages the next generation of Oregon's leaders to build political power and fight for a more just and equitable Oregon. We work towards social, racial, gender, and economic justice by scaffolding youth to build individual and collective power, centering Black, Indigenous, youth of color, disabled youth, low-income youth, immigrant youth, queer and trans youth, and youth survivors.
Building Movement Project/Detroit People’s Platform
Detroit People's Platform is a grassroots organization committed to advocating for social, economic, and racial justice in Detroit, Michigan, focusing on affordable housing, equitable development, and community-driven solutions.
Equal Justice Society
The Equal Justice Society is a non-profit legal organization that advocates for racial and social justice through impact litigation, public education, and policy reform.
Community Partners
Community Partners is home to creative ideas powered by innovative leaders. They welcome organizations from all over the country and within all types of communities to work in partnership to create more equitable, just, and vibrant communities.
Center for Law and Social Policy
CLASP is a non-profit organization that seeks to advance policies and programs that improve the lives of low-income individuals and families.
Bend the Arc: Jewish Action
Bend the Arc: Jewish Action is a progressive Jewish organization that works to mobilize Jewish Americans to address social issues, fight against bigotry, and advance policies that promote fairness and inclusion.
Catalyst California
Catalyst California advocates for racial justice by building power and transforming public systems.