Thank you to the following organizations for their contributions, support for the festival, and efforts in our communities!
Urban Grief – a community-based organization located in Albany, working to raise empathy and healing to victims of violence and victims of the aftermath of violence.
iEar Presents! – a series created by the Department of the Arts at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with the New York State Council on the Arts to showcase public performances, exhibitions, screenings and lectures dealing with innovative aesthetic, cultural, and technical explorations of experimental media and electronic arts in Rensselaer County.
WMHT and Independent Lens (Indie Lens Pop-Up) – Indie Lens Pop-Up is a neighborhood series that brings people together for film screenings and community-driven conversations. The series was created by Independent Lens and WMHT.
TeamHERO – an organization based in Troy determined to empower the community and bring about a better quality of life for Troy youth and families. They work with the Troy Boys and Girls Club with their Block Center Program.
Justice for Dahmeek – An organization dedicated to fighting for justice for Dahmeek McDonald, unjustly shot by a Troy Police Officer. They work to get justice for Dahmeek by ending police brutality in Troy, and to create a civilian review board for Troy, a community-run alternative to the over-policing in Troy neighborhoods.
Unity House – A human service agency based in Rensselaer County that provides assistance to struggling members of the community. They aim to achieve social justice for the community and foster understanding.
If you would like to table or help sponsor the Spirit of the Suffragettes, please look at our Sponsorship Deals and contact Melissa Bromley