Abundance Fund for Reparations and Redistributive Justice

The Abundance Foundation’s Fund for Reparations and Redistributive Justice explores and supports the moral, legal, economic, historical, and political evidence for global claims to reparations and redistributive justice, including those for Native Americans and Black Americans seeking racial justice. It brings together scholars and activists from around the world and will educate the public about redistributive justice through various media and campaigns. In addition to exploring how to implement reparations programs, we will provide grants to grassroots organizations and mobilize resources for social justice movements.

If you’re interested in contributing to the fund, click here to donate and please write RRJ in the comments field so we know to direct your contribution to this restricted fund. Abundance will match the first $50,000 donated, dollar for dollar, to amplify the impact of your contribution. None of your donation will be used for Abundance administrative or fundraising expenses.

To learn more, contact rrj@abundance.org.

Blog Posts

Stephen Kahn interviews Paul Farmer and Jim Yong Kim

On July 1, 2020, Abundance Foundation's President Dr. Stephen Kahn moderated a conversation with Dr. Paul Farmer and Dr. Jim Kim, on overcoming the disparities in our society and health system exposed by COVID-19. Jim Kim is the former president of the World Bank, co-founder of Partners in Health and -- to address the COVID pandemic -- special adviser to the Massachusetts Community Tracing Collaborative. Paul Farmer is chair of Harvard Medical School’s Department of Global Health and Social ...