Join us in celebrating twenty years of movement building at our Resist Together anniversary event!
Enlace was founded in 1998 by low-wage workers from across North America who came together to build a resistance movement to the North American Free Trade Agreement, a policy built on the exploitation of workers in many countries. Enlace was birthed from these conversations and has been strengthening movements fighting for the self determination of working people ever since.
Today we continue this tradition of resistance through our Prison Divestment and Freedom Cities organizing–confronting criminalization and growing thriving communities. We are also investing in the long haul leadership of women of color, Black and trans and gender non-conforming people, youth, and immigrant and low-wage workers by weaving together campaigning skills and healing justice practices through our We Rise, Umoja and Delfino Leadership Institute programs.
Come spend an evening in beloved community eating, drinking, and dancing on November 15th, 2018 in New York City. There will be spectacular musical performances and an opportunity to recognize the achievements of truly incredible leaders. Celebrations begin at 6:30pm on November 15th, 2018 at the DCTV building in lower Manhattan (87 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10013).
Freedom Fighters – $5,000
Karen Rudolph Harriet Dennison
Bridge Builder – $2,500