Community Organizations, Davis, California
The ACLU of Yolo County is a local chapter of the ACLU of Northern California. We serve the public and provide a forum for the support and protection of civil liberties in Yolo County. The ACLU of Northern California is an enduring guardian of justice, fairness, equality, and freedom, working to protect and advance civil liberties for all Californians.
Amnesty International is a global movement of millions of people demanding human rights for all people – no matter who they are or where they are. We are the world’s largest grassroots human rights organization.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3), grassroots civil rights and advocacy group. CAIR is America’s largest Islamic civil liberties group, with regional offices nationwide. The national headquarters is located on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Our Mission is to enhance understanding of Islam, protect civil rights, promote justice and empower American Muslims.
The Culture C.O.-O.P. promotes understanding and respect for diversity/equity, cultural competency, literacy and a quality education for all.
The mission of the Phoenix Coalition is to gather and engage the Davis community in ongoing efforts to eliminate intolerance, for the purpose of preventing hate-motivated violence and thus cultivating a broader civic culture that embraces and promotes all aspects of the city’s diverse community.
FARM Davis is an alternative form of civic action, building community through sustainable farming, assisting low-income and homeless populations, and integrating local and real food into mainstream culture and education.
We are opposing the racist, authoritarian and corrupt Trump government by making our voices heard by our members of congress.
Davis People Power to help grassroots volunteers organize to resist the Trump administration's attacks on our freedoms and civil liberties.
The purpose of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual Resource Center (LGBTQIA+ Resource Center) is to provide an open, safe, inclusive space and community that is committed to challenging sexism, cissexism/trans oppression/transmisogyny, heterosexism, monosexism, and allosexism.
The UC Davis Mellon Research Initiative “Social Justice, Culture, and (In)Security” was established out of Hart Hall in 2012, following widely and diversely expressed social justice concerns arising from the UC Davis pepper spray incident of November 2011.