Working to increase access to resources, share knowledge and build power in order to transform systems that perpetuate inequities.
Who gets to earn a good living raising good food? Who gets to tell our stories? Who gets to vote in our democracy?
Main Street Project envisions communities where everyone has the opportunity to participate fully and equally -- regardless of culture, place, economic or immigration status.
In order to get there, we believe:
We need your support:
To transform our broken food and agriculture system into one that makes it possible for immigrant farmers to move from poverty to prosperity.
So that youth and adults in the diverse Phillips and Frogtown neighborhoods have the opportunity to create local community radio reflecting their cultures, priorities, and solutions.
So that decision makers understand that communication is a basic need and human right, and that the Internet and media access must be treated as utilities rather than commodities or privileges.
So that multicultural, multiracial organizations can build on organizing successes of the 2012 election, and claim their collective power in our democracy.
Every donation helps turn possibilities into realities. Thank you for fueling the change.