Archive for the Social Justice Tag

Fifth Annual “What Would Martin Do?” Forum

What Would Mar­tin Do?” Dr. King said that, “Vot­ing is the foun­da­tion stone for polit­i­cal action.” This year, the fifth annual “What Would Mar­tin Do?” eventRead more

Congressional Briefings

Occa­sion­ally, the ADA Edu­ca­tion Fund will host Con­gres­sional Brief­ings on Capi­tol Hill. Our goal is to offer Mem­bers of Con­gress and their staffs, as well asRead more

What Would Martin Do?

Update:  Thanks to every­one who came out to the 3rd annual “What Would Mar­tin Do?” event.  If you missed it or sim­ply want to enjoyRead more

Congressional Briefing on Voter Suppression

Con­gres­sional Brief­ing on Voter Sup­pres­sion Hosted by the ADA Edu­ca­tion Fund Tues­day, Decem­ber 20, 2011 1:00 to 2:30 PM Sen­ate Vis­i­tor Cen­ter, Room 201–00 Wash­ing­ton, D.C. ForRead more

Documentary Screening of “A Force More Powerful: Freedom in Our Lifetime” About the Civil Resistance Movement in South Africa

The ADA Edu­ca­tion Fund will host a screen­ing of the 30-minute seg­ment, “Free­dom in Our Life­time,” the story of the suc­cess­ful boy­cott move­ment in Apartheid-eraRead more

Congressional Briefing on Youth Unemployment

The cur­rent buzz­word in Wash­ing­ton is ‘jobs’ – both what killed them and how to cre­ate more.  One aspect of the unem­ploy­ment prob­lem that doesn’tRead more


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ADA Education Fund

The ADA Edu­ca­tion Fund is an inde­pen­dent, char­i­ta­ble entity that focuses on increas­ing pub­lic aware­ness through edu­ca­tion and com­mu­nity orga­niz­ing that builds capac­ity for change. The Ed Fund pro­duces peri­odic pol­icy briefs, hosts pro­gres­sive speak­ers on a range of issues, spon­sors advo­cacy and research fel­low­ships, and works to expand civic par­tic­i­pa­tion through com­mu­nity orga­niz­ing around eco­nomic and social jus­tice issues.