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Swirl is a multiracial community committed to initiating and sustaining cross-racial, cross-cultural dialogue. Branding designed by Youngshim Gontijo.


The Human Trafficking Clemency Initiative (HTCI) is a pro bono representation project, made up of volunteer attorneys, legal advocates, and law school clinics, formed to assist survivors of human trafficking convicted of sex trafficking, and other related offenses, in the federal criminal system. Branding designed by Guillermo Torres.


Through partnerships with social service organizations and city agencies, Theatre of the Oppressed NYC (TONYC) creates theatre troupes with community members who face pressing social, economic, health, and human rights issues. Poster designed by Boyeon Choi.


The Parole Preparation Project collaborates with and advocates for parole-eligible people serving life sentences in New York State prisons. Branding designed by Joelle Riffle.


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