COMMUNITY SOLAR: Accelerating deployment of capital into high impact investments for climate justice and community resilience
The People's Solar Energy Fund is where BIPOC and low income community leaders work together to build community-led solar projects with a path to community ownership in low and moderate-income communities and communities of color across the US. These nonprofits, cooperatives, tribal and municipal organizations share knowledge, financing solutions and technical assistance to reduce the cost of financing, improve each project's financial performance, reduce risks, and ensure PSEF's success.
- Multiple DatesSun, Dec 10St. Matthew CMEDec 10, 2023, 7:30 AM – 8:30 AMSt. Matthew CME, 2944 N 9th St, Milwaukee, WI 53206, USA53206, Milwaukee, WI: A Celebration of Community! Great news North Teutonia!! Throughout the remainder of this year and all of next year, St. Matthews Church will be serving FREE community Breakfast on Sundays & FREE Community Dinner on Tuesdays!
Nationwide and in Wisconsin, the number of racial discrimination complaints by Black workers was far higher than any other type of racial discrimination, with a rate of about 466 federal complaints per 100,000 Black workers in Wisconsin.
Professor Donald Tomaskovic-Devey and doctoral student Carly McCann analyzed never-before released data from the EEOC, finding 63% of workers lose their jobs through either termination, resignations, or some other form of being pushed out of the job where they said discrimination occurred. Complaint data is not routinely made public; the EEOC only publishes data related to lawsuits–and denied News 3 Investigates similar data.
“In some ways, this is kinda a fundamental problem around the discrimination claims generally,” Tomaskovic-Devey said. “There’s not much transparency.”
Tomaskovic-Devey and McCann’s analysis of hundreds of thousands of discrimination complaints to the EEOC in 2012 through 2016 finds Wisconsin ranking 6th in the country for the number of complaints filed for racial discrimination against Black people.
Researchers say the majority of discriminatory behavior doesn’t result in federal complaints.
Racial Equity Statement
JC Legal Resources Center, Inc.
Our mission is to preserve the independence, hope and dignity of the low-income and at-risk people we serve. This can only be accomplished by calling attention and objecting to the many obstacles that are in place for communities of color. Our clients, staff, volunteers and supporters know that we are committed to face this challenge. In doing so, we listen to our community, oppose racism, and promote a fair and just legal system for all. Our mission has brought us to fight against inequities from denial of fair economic opportunities to health disparities and more. We remain committed to justice through high-quality legal research services, education, and community partnerships. Today we commit to courageous conversations and training on racism in our community outreach. JC Legal Resources Center, INC is dedicated to promoting equality, racial equity and access to justice.