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Grants Available - Race / Racism

September/October 2004

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  • Small Grants - Race/Ethnicity, Immigration & Poverty: The Natl. Poverty Ctr. seeks proposals to broaden understanding of the relationships between race, ethnicity, immigration & poverty. Up to 5 proposals will be funded, with a max. $20,000 per award. Drafts of funded research will be presented at a Jan. 2006 Ann Arbor conf. Feb. 15, 2005 deadline, npcinfo@umich.edu [8993]

September/October 2003

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  • Scholars in Health Disparities: The Kellogg Fdn. & the Ctr. for the Advancement of Health are recruiting post-doctoral investigators from a range of disciplines to examine the causes and consider policy solutions to health disparities in race/ethnicity & socioeconomic status. One-year stipends of up to $52,000 (plus research budget) are available, with a 2nd year option. Applic. deadline is Feb. 16, 2004. Inf. from bkrimgold@cfah.org, www.cfah.org [7978]

November/December 2002

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  • Race, Rights & Resources in the Americas is the 2003-04 Rockefeller Postdoctoral Residency Program, this round emphasizing US-Mexico borderlands. Jan. 24, 2003 deadline. Inf. from Ctr. for Mexican Amer. Studies, 1 Univ. Sta.F9200, Univ. TX, Austin, TX 78712, 512/475-6973, rockefel@uts.cc.utexas.edu, www.utexas.edu/cola/llilas/programs/rockefeller. [7229]

  • The September 11th Anti-Bias Project co-sponsored bt the Natl. Conf. for Community & Justice & the ChevronTexaco Fdn., has issued an RFP ($1.5 million available) "to identify innovative & replicable approaches that foster understanding & build bridges across ethnic, racial, cultural & religious groups." Deadline is Nov. 22. Contact NCCJ, 475 Park Ave. S., 19th flr. NYC, NY 10016, 212/545-1300; RFP is available at www.nccj.org. [7200]

May/June 2002

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  • The Impact Fund provides grants (up to $25,000) and technical asst. for complex public interest litigation in the areas of civil & human rights, env. justice & poverty law. Submit a 1-2 page letter, which may lead to an invitation to submit a formal application: 125 University Ave., Berkeley, CA 94710-1616, fax 510/845-3654. www.impactfund.org [5665]

January/February 2002

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  • ACLU of Illinois Fellowships: Racial Justice Project & Civil Liberties: Resume, ltr., list of refs, legal writing sample by Jan. 15 to ACLU of Illinois, 180 N. Michigan Ave., #2300, Chicago, IL 60601, 312/201-9740. www.aclu-il.org [4061]

November/December 2001

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  • The Charles Bannerman Memorial Fellowship Program supports social chance organizing by annually giving 10 long-time activists of color the rare chance to step back, reflect & eneregize for the struggles to come, via paid sabbaticals of 3 mos. or more. Applics. must be postmarked by Dec. 1, 2001; contact the program, 1627 Lancaster St., Baltimore, MD 21231, 410/327-6220, info@bannermanfellowship.org [2358]

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