Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Fellowship Opportunity for Activists of Color

The Alston/Bannerman Fellowship program offers $25,000 to activists of color who have more than 10 years of community organizing experience. These individuals also must be committed to continuing to work for social change and live in the United States or its territories. There were a handful of winners last year, including Beatriz Maya, a student activist in the movement against the Argentine dictatorship. Despite what the Alston/Bannerman Fellowship program's website states, the next deadline, according to the Chronicle of Philanthropy, is Dec. 15, 2007. If you have further questions about the fellowship programs, the application process, or Alston/Bannerman, send an email to

For more general information, visit the Alston Bannerman Fellowship website.


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