Partners

REC's work is part of a wider movement for social, economic, and environmental justice. The organizations and coalitions we work with are fundamental to our success.

Organizational Partners

 

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Organizations we work with
 

 2020 Women on Boards   JEEN- Jesuit Endowment Ethics Network
 AFL-CIO   MEChA- Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de  Aztlan
 Ceres   MORE- Missourians Organizing for Reform and  Empowerment
 CIW- Coalition of Immokalee Workers   Oakland Institute 
 Common Cause   ReWeaving North Carolina
 CTUL- Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en Lucha   SAMI- Students Against Mass Incarceration
 Energy Justice Network   SEI- Sustainable Endowments Institute
 Enlace   SEIU- Service Employees International Union
 ECCSF- East Coast Chican@ Student Forum   SFA- Student/Farmworker Alliance
 Free U NYC   SLAP- Student Labor Action Project 
 Green America   Tellus Institute
 Greenpeace Student Network   UNITE HERE!
 ICCR- Interfaith Center on Corporate  Responsibility

  USAS- United Students Against Sweatshops

 Initiative for Responsible Investing at Harvard  University

 

 

 

REC Sponsors

REC would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of our work. We are excited to announce that there are still opportunities to sponsor REC in the 2013-2014 conference season. Find out more by downloading our 2013 Sponsorship Brochure. 

 

Lead Sponsor

 

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Activist Sponsor

 

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Organizer Sponsors

 

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