Freedom, Inc. organizes a number of programs geared towards social justice and focusing on low income queer Black and Hmong youth.
Black Girls' Group
Anti-violence program that is culturally specific for Black girls. For more info, contact: Bianca Gomez | bgomez [at] freedom-inc.org
Debra’s Love is a set of Black domestic violence programs addressing gender-based violence, focusing on Black seniors, women, and queer folks who are victims/survivors of gender-based violence. For more info, contact: Jessica Williams | jwilliams [at] freedom-inc.org
Freemen is a group of Southeast Asian Boys, who works to end patriarchy within their community. They develop their capacity to advocate and build shared analysis to create social change and justice, thru sharing stories, leadership/social justice trainings, theater, arts, popular education, anti-violence trainings & advocacy. For more info, contact: Kayleb Her & Peyton Yang | khawj9[at]gmail.com
This group is for Black young adults who are interested in educating themselves about liberation through reading and discussing relevant movement literature. For more info, contact: M Adams | madams[at]freedom-inc.org
Khmer Women's Group
Anti-violence program that is culturally specific for Khmer women elders. For more info, contact: Savang Chhorm
This support group is a South East Asian girls/teens organizing program and was founded in 2004 by Chai Moua. Our mission is to build strong female leaders that can create social change, at home, in the community and in their own lives. Nkauj Hmoob's programs include political education, organizations skills, LGBTQ issues, domestic violence, outreach, and leadership development. For more info, contact: Zon Moua | mouazon[at]gmail.com
Rhythm to Freedom
Rhythm to Freedom is a multi-cultural hip hop dance group that practices resistance through dance and learning the history of Hip Hop. For more info, contact: Kayleb Her & Peyton Yang | khawj9[at]gmail.com
Viv Ncaus Dance Troop
Viv Ncaus was created in 2007 to help build stronger intergenerational relationships amongst female elders and girls by teaching/sharing Hmong culture, clothing, art, music, traditions & language through Hmong dance. For more info, contact: Zon Moua | mouazon[at]gmail.com
Anti-violence program that is culturally specific for Hmong women elders. For more info, contact Maiv Nyiaj Moua.