It Takes Roots to Grow the Resistance is a multiracial effort led by women & gender oppressed people of color and Indigenous peoples on the frontlines of racial, housing and climate justice across the country. Coming out of our arc of resistance from the elections in November 2016, to the inauguration in January 2017 and through the first 100 days of the current administration, we are now preparing for what comes next. Watch this funder briefing from May 17th, 2017 to hear from leaders about how we are continuing to build a cross-sector Visionary Opposition. Hosted by Compton Foundation Hear from: Dawn Phillips, Executive Director of Right to the City Alliance Melissa Miles, Environmental Justice and Community Organizer with the Ironbound Community Corporation Huy Ong, Executive Director of OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon Claude Copeland, Jr, member and Board Co-Chair with Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) Cindy Wiesner, National Coordinator of the Grassroots Global Justice Alliance Alliance (GGJ) and Co-Chair of the Climate Justice Alliance (CJA) Sharon Lungo, Executive Director of The Ruckus Society Kandi Mossett, Native Energy & Climate Campaign Organizer with Indigenous Environmental Network Angela Adrar, Executive Director of the Our Power Campaign and Climate Justice Alliance