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Correctional Health

2018$300,000 over 24 months
Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement (CIVIC)
Improving the Health of Incarcerated Immigrants & Refugees


Freedom for Immigrants (formerly CIVIC) will monitor, track, and report on the mental and physical health of incarcerated immigrants. Over the course of the next two years, they will conduct interviews with 38,000 people in the immigrant prison system, documenting between 14,000 to 20,000 complaints. they will then will analyze data for patterns of abuse, especially related to mental and physical health, and then make the data public through federal civil rights complaints and a first-of-its-kind real-time public map.
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Health Care Policy

2018$150,000 over 12 months
Small Business Majority
Supporting and Defending the Affordable Care Act

This project will work to defend the Affordable Care Act against attempts to repeal, undermine or roll back the law. SBMF will educate small business owners on how the latest changes to ACA marketplaces will impact them, their businesses and their employees, and look for opportunities to support proactive state policies that help build upon the ACA, shore up the insurance markets and undo damage caused by federal lawmakers.
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Community Violence

2018$500,000 over 24 months
Guns Down
Guns Down America

Guns Down is building a new left flank for the gun safety movement with a simple and clear message: fewer guns, safer communities. The goal is to offer an outlet for Americans who are frustrated with gun violence pull the national gun conversation toward the political left, and execute bold and eye catching campaigns in a way that existing mainstream organizations do not.
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Correctional Health

2018$275,670 over 24 months
University of California San Francisco
U.S.–Norway Correctional Culture Change Program to Advance Solitary Confinement Reform

The U.S.–Norway Correctional Culture Change Program to Advance Solitary Confinement Reform (a 2-way immersion program for correctional officers, wardens and other correctional facility leaders in the US and Norway) will introduce U.S. participants to innovative, humane and effective approaches to correctional culture change and conditions of confinement reform.
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Health Care Policy

2018$150,000 over 12 months
Families USA
Defending and Advancing Medicaid

This grant supports Families USA's work to plan, develop, and implement strategies with state and national partners to prepare for the outcome of the 2018 elections and 2019 state legislative sessions. Funding will support both national work with the Medicaid Coalition and the Medicaid Leadership Coordinating Committee as well as state work defending against 1115 waiver proposals that harm vulnerable populations.
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Correctional Health

2017$256,625 over 24 months
Center on Media, Crime and Justice
Rethinking Solitary Confinement:A Training Program for Justice Journalists


A two-year program to nurture and incubate fact-based reporting at local and national levels on the practice of solitary confinement, focusing in particular on its harmful effects on the mental and physical health of justice-involved populations.
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2017$450,000 over 36 months
National Religious Campaign Against Torture
NRCAT Project to Stop Solitary Confinement: Mobilizing a National Moral Call for Therapeutic Interventions and Restorative Alternatives
NRCAT will continue its work to change the national conversation on solitary confinement and champion the moral vision for humane alternatives. NRCAT will continue to offer advocacy trainings for religious partners in key states, secure faith leader op-eds, present testimony at hearings, ensure a faith presence at accountability meetings with corrections officials, increase faith leadership in campaigns and vigils nationwide, and recruit new faith advocates utilizing educational tools including the NRCAT documentary, "Breaking Down the Box."
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Other

2017$300,000 over 36 months
NPR, Inc.
NPR’s Coverage of Criminal Justice

Coverage of veterans' issues will focus on ongoing challenges, including access to healthcare, homelessness, the conduct of veterans' advocacy groups and a long-term investigative reporting project on the military's criminal justice system, evaluating its standards, fairness and consistency.
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