Grassroots Global Justice
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Grassroots Global Justice "is an alliance of U.S.-based grassroots groups who are organizing to build an agenda for power for working and poor people. We understand that there are important connections between the local issues we work on and the global context, and we see ourselves as part of an international movement for global justice."  Member list
In 2003 the Jobs with Justice Education Fund (Washington, DC) obtained $298,000 from the Ford Foundation for their "Grassroots Global Justice Program." 
Accessed May 2008: 
- Black Mesa Water Coalition (Enei Begaye)
- Desis Rising Up and Moving (Monami Maulik)
- Domestic Workers United (Ai-jen Poo, Joycelyn Campbell)
- Indigenous Environmental Network (Tom Goldtooth)
- Jobs with Justice (Sarita Gupta)
- National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (Colin Rajah)
- People Organized to Win Employment Rights (Steve Williams)
- SouthWest Organizing Project (Monica Cordova)
- United Students Against Sweatshops (Hevily Ambriz-Espinoza)
Resources and articles
- John Stauber, The Progressive Movement is a PR Front for Rich Democrats, March 15, 2013, CounterPunch.
Related Sourcewatch articles
- 99% Spring
- Channel Foundation
- CarEth Foundation
- Njoki Njoroge Njehu - former member of coordinating committee
- Michael Leon Guerrero
- ↑ 2003 Annual Report, Ford Foundation, accessed May 22, 2008.
- ↑ Coordinating Committee, Grassroots Global Justice, accessed May 22, 2008.