Who are we?

Technically, a non-profit, civil society org,
or simply, a community advocacy group.

Our mission:
increase civic engagement and develop sharp consumers of information.

We do this by aligning community issues with policy solutions.

Grassroots organizing isn’t a buzzword for us, it’s a theory of change.

We operate under the shared belief that collective community action builds the necessary power to co-create equitable  solutions.

Our Vision:
a strong  -people and planet first- democracy, supported by an ethical, digital and media ecosystem.


First step?
Leverage ICT (tech) to connect NPOs (nonprofit), GSMs (grassroots), and collective data to coordinate citizen-led efforts that builds power and alignment across multiple movements and sectors.

*ICT: information & communication technology
*NPO: non-profit organization
*GSM: grassroots social movement

Longing to return to normal may feel unavoidable; isolated and twisted times will do that.

Radical introspection begins with the understanding that normal wasn’t so great for everyone.

Normal included a lot of inequalities: deep-rooted, structurally-designed problems.

Complex issues tend to feel well outside our capabilities that, too often, we come to accept what should be deeply unacceptable.

We challenge you to Influence a curious and empathetic culture. Build capacity in community. Organize resources for on-the-ground efforts.

We invite you to join us in our commitment toward evolving how we think, speak, and impact our world.

Up first: actively engaging in the civic, cultural, social, and moral welfare of our communities.




Our Values (in-part):

1.  Deep Curiosity
Come to reflect, consider, and learn. Check that bias.

2. Autonomy
Be proactive. While rich in practical skills, we are here to utilize data and deepen engagement by listening to, and co-creating communities.

Our vibe is to plant seeds, share the water, and evolve the garden. It's your job to drink, grow, and choose to bloom.

3. Transparent and Accountable
Ourselves, as an organization, those we partner with, and those who work for the public.

You can always shoot us a message for details, clarification, and/or questions.

Can't wait to see ya.



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How we operate:

As our position is focused on co-creating solutions, our approach champions effective altruism. We believe people should have the ability to donate passionately across multiple causes but effectively within these causes to produce the most consequential outcomes.

Collective action on any social issue requires attention to the ways digital regulations influence and shape every other policy domain. Often we see a fragmented or independent set of influences or individuals as the culprit toward exasperating an issue, however, to create solutions within a digital-dependent society, we have to address the fact that these digital systems are owned and managed by corporate and government entities. The need for a transparent and regulated code of ethics, as the baseline for digital development and intent of use, is absolutely necessary toward scaled social solutions.

Our fundraising is three-pronged. Please do not hesitate to reach out directly for a more comprehensive breakdown of each fundraising objective. In addition to a monthly donor report, we will host an open Zoom session each month to review these reports and speak candidly to these goals and produced outcomes.

Prong 1. Digital rights advocacy and protection.

Combatting disinformation and increasing digital and media literacy.

A lack of connection is one of the main contributing problems towards the isolation of communities and the acceptance of reality and facts. Communities need reliable, accurate news and access to factual information that creates the opportunity for dialogue, reflection, and informed decision-making.

By addressing the evolution of key digital systems, and developing a common understanding of practices used in such, we'll begin to shed light on the addictive and intentionally-designed digital tactics used to curate our google results, social media feed, and the ads we see. Underscoring the need to rethink how we consume and share information, the goal is to bring awareness, trigger a moment of pause, and stir curiosity towards confronting our digital addictions and the subsequent repercussions of such.

Up first:

A. Awareness towards the rise of ISP (internet service provider) and media monopolies over our local and regional news.

B. The need to advocate for transparent ethical standards in behavioral analysis, predictive analytics, responsible data collection, including corporate and government commitments toward the funding of ethical data infrastructure.

The plan, in-part:

Increased collaboration across organizations and issue areas to levy an awareness campaign that brings attention to digital problems by reinforcing the interconnected threats to our collective communities, particularly within marginalized and rural communities. We often may overlook the relationship between algorithms and socio-economic, environmental, and public health issues, but by organizing collective power through a shared goal, we have an opportunity to push for real change.

Partnerships with tech leaders within the social impact sectors, and creating an open-communication access point between our campaign and experts in the digital protection and national security space.

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