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Increasing Economic Security

Photograph of five women on the steps in front of a church with aprons and hairnets on. There is a sign behind them that says The Kitchen Table.

Increasing Economic Security

The Kitchen Table

Together the women of The Kitchen Table combat poverty, homelessness, and oppressive economic systems as a support group and a business team.

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Group of four women wearing pink tshirts that say "standing juntas"

Increasing Economic Security

Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera

Austin, Texas

Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera supports maquiladora women workers to form alliances and advocate for improved labor conditions, human dignity, and fair trade.

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Photograph of four women with a bright wall mural of a mother and daughter holding a tray of food behind them.

Increasing Economic Security

Su Casa Catholic Worker Community

Chicago, Illinois

The Su Casa Catholic Worker Community provides transitional shelter for immigrants from Mexico who are survivors of domestic violence. This first Mary’s Pence Grant will support Su Casa Mothers’ Collective, a group of immigrant women who are previous and current residents of Su Casa interested in starting their own sustainable food co-op.

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Increasing Economic Security

Wishwas

New York, New York

Wishwas is a community of Bangladeshi immigrant women in New York City. It is also a sewing cooperative, an educational initiative, and a legal resource.

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