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Recruiting Organization: Fund for Reparations NOW!

About FFRN!

The Fund for Reparations NOW! (FFRN!) is an intergenerational community of white people working in solidarity with the National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC). Following NAARC’s Black leadership, FFRN! is dedicated to the immediate implementation of the 10-Point Plan, modeling now what reparations will look like when they are formally granted from the federal government.

About Volunteering

FFRN! is an all volunteer effort, driven by people like you who are passionate about justice and racial reconciliation. If you are interested in deepening your involvement in the reparations movement, we would love to hear from you! All types of gifts and talents are appreciated at the Fund, and we are particularly in need of people who are:

  • Gifted with visual art/graphic design talents
  • Film-making, producing, and editing geniuses
  • Algorithm-whisperers on social media
  • Fundraising wizards
  • Adept with membership databases
  • Bookish Researchers
  • Lovers of all things finance

If you’re interested in joining us, please fill out this brief application, and one of our members will be in-touch with you shortly. Additionally, if you are interested in a deeper commitment to reparations, please consider joining our Board, and click here to learn more about our team!

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