The police killing of George Floyd has awakened a national movement for structural justice and an end to systemic racism. Justice Oregon for Black Lives, a five-year, $25 million initiative to uplift Black Oregonians, leadership and organizations is a commitment to harness the momentum toward racial justice by deepening investment in Black-led and Black-serving organizations, community well-being and lasting strategic change.
Justice Oregon for Black Lives: A five-year, $25 million commitment
Meyer president & CEO Michelle J. DePass reflects on the foundation's Justice Oregon for Black Lives initiative, the largest initiative in Meyer’s 38-year history
Meyer condemns anti-Blackness and racism
Meyer's board of trustees acknowledges the role of anti-Blackness in Oregon’s history and actively seek ways to combat it through grantmaking
Change is possible now: Justice Oregon
Director of Programs & Strategy Kaberi Banerjee Murthy details Meyer’s $25 million investment to advance racial justice for Black Oregonians
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