Black Futures Lab The Black Futures Lab is an innovation and experimentation lab focused on new ways of engaging Black communities civically and building our capacity to be powerful in politics. We close the gap between our communities and the tools we need to build power.  Take the Black Census Today and Spread the Word Click Here

California Black Power Network is a united ecosystem of Black grassroots organizations working together to change the lived conditions of Black Californians by dismantling systemic and anti-Black racism.

California Black Women's Collective is a coalition of Black Women throughout California…connecting North, South, Central, East and West. Our goal is to amplify our powerful voice and show our collective strength in the political process as we build a bench. We are a collective of intergenerational sisters who bring a span of expertise in politics, community activations, collaboration, social justice, business, faith, and beyond. This effort is for Black-women only…and we come together in our personal capacities to stand united in support of Black women in California.

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California Black Freedom Fund is a five-year, $100 million initiative to ensure that Black power-building and movement-based organizations have the sustained investments and resources they need to eradicate systemic and institutional racism. The first state-based fund of its kind, the California Black Freedom Fund prioritizes investments in the courageous and visionary grassroots advocates and community leaders who are transforming our cities, our state -- and our world.

EVITARUS is a Los Angeles-based public opinion research and public policy consulting firm that delivers actionable strategic advice and data to public policy, political, and corporate decision makers.

Hispanas Organized for Political Equality® (HOPE)  is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization committed to ensuring political and economic parity for Latinas through leadership, advocacy, and education to benefit all communities and the status of women.  HOPE ® has focused on empowering our communities through advocacy, Latina leadership training, and increasing knowledge on the contributions Latinas have made to advance the status of women for the past 30 years. To date, HOPE’s innovative programming has served 58,000 Latinas and touched the lives of several thousand more through our advocacy efforts.

My Black Counts is a campaign of the California Black Census and Redistricting Hub (the Black Hub), which is a project of California Calls.  MBC is a partner network of over 30 Black-led and Black-serving organizations across the state of California.  Our campaign reaches into the households and communities that will be the most impacted by the 2020 census and redistricting process.  MBC's goal is to ensure Black residents receive accurate, timely, and reliable information to understand the importance of the 2020 census and redistricting processes.

Oakland Natives Give Back aim is to lend a path to our youth by being a resource that empowers them to value life, impact social change, as well as “GO ALL OUT” in education to achieve their personal dreams. Our priority is to keep diversity and inclusion in the interior of our community believing it will affect the mindset of the youth and prepare them globally.

Photography Competing to Raise Support's mission is to aid organizations that serve the needs of women and women of color especially, through garnering support and informing a wider audience of the organizations’ goals. Additionally, we aim to showcase creative images that convey the annual theme, which always relates to empowerment and freedom. We hope that in unifying these efforts we can achieve the goals of the organizations we cherish and encourage the creation of art and photography that promote social awareness and healing.

Powerful Women of The Bay recognizes outstanding achievements of women in a variety of professional backgrounds who are passionate about educating, empowering, and connecting with women in business and the community.