Founded in 2003, Joe Coffee helped pioneer the city’s third-wave movement. As it’s grown, Joe’s shops remain rooted in community, while principles of quality, integrity, collaboration, and ethics come through in everything it does.
“Our donation is a reflection of our work in our newly-formed Anti-Racism task force that focuses on equity and accountability. We have long been proponents of gender equity in our work and this is a natural extension — there is no gender equity without racial equity. Black women are disproportionately affected by both systemic racism and gender discrimination and we feel strongly that supporting organizations like this can shift our community and society at large. The NBWJI works to ‘reduce racial and gender disparities across the justice continuum affecting Black women, girls, and their families, by conducting research, providing technical assistance, engaging in public education, promoting civic engagement, and advocating for informed and effective policies.’"
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