The long-term goal of the Mass Freedom project is to bridge the movements to end mass incarceration and mass deportation, towards a more unified racial justice movement in service of multiracial systemic solutions against a carceral state.
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Race Forward’s work to advance racial justice is embedded in these core values. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, or veteran status.
The Colorlines Editorial Assistant (EA) provides administrative and journalistic support to the editorial team at Colorlines. The position provides opportunities for EAs to develop feature-length print work, video collaborations, infographics and other material.
The GARE Gulf/Delta Region Project Manager will provide deep technical assistance and support for local and regional governmental jurisdictions working to advance racial equity in seven Southern states, building on significant work underway in the South and bringing additional attention to the states in the Gulf and Delta regions.
The Media Strategist will be responsible for elevating the profile of the organization and individual staff as well as shaping the public's perception of Race Forward through proactive and reactive media engagement and other public engagement activities. The Media Strategist will serve as the organization's "wordsmith," responsible for drafting all press materials, institutional language, in addition to writing message points for programs and rapid responses, scripting for events and press conferences, op-eds, LTE’s, organizational statements, leadership quotations, among other ongoing requests.