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The Justice Communications Program
The Justice Communications Program: Communications Capacity Building & Field Building to Strengthen Racial Justice Sectors
CMJ conducts training institutes, fee-based workshops, and grantee initiatives to provide racial justice organizations and alliances the tools, training, and technical assistance they need to conduct winning strategic communications. Through the Echo Project, CMJ facilitates strategic convening of racial justice communications practitioners, and elevates the stories of best communications practices within racial justice sectors to define movement-building media strategies with the power to win long-term social change.
In addition to our own training and field-building projects, CMJ provides communications technical assistance and training to foundation grantees and as part of larger initiatives like the Communities Creating Healthy Environments (CCHE) Initiative. CCHE is a movement-building project led by the Washington, D.C.–based Praxis Project and funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to eliminate childhood obesity and elevate community-based racial justice solutions in food, recreation, and land-use policy.
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