Data to Action: Lessons Learned at the Measles & Rubella Partnership Meeting

A few weeks back, part of the Minerva team attended the Measles & Rubella Partnership Meeting. Alongside our colleagues at Camber Collective, Minerva has been supporting the Partnership’s communications efforts for nearly a year now. The two-day event brought together major health organizations that have been steadfast in their commitment to a world free from…

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Sharing Wealth and Stories: The Share Fund’s Approach to Participatory Grantmaking 

Earlier this year, we shared an update about the work on the Climate Justice Resilience Fund, and their decision to shift grantmaking decisions into the hands of those closest to the climate crisis. This meant taking on the bold approach of establishing a new governing board comprised entirely of practitioners and climate activists. As storytellers,…

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It Is Not Enough to Be Anti-Injustice; We Must Be Pro-Justice.

Renowned Black political activist, scholar, and author, Angela Davis proclaimed, “In a racist society, it is not enough to be non-racist. We must be anti-racist.” I agree, and I push her words further. In a deeply unjust society, it is not enough to be anti-injustice; we must be pro-justice. Pro-Black. Pro-Indigenous. Pro-queer. Pro-youth. Pro-disability. Pro-climate…

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