Urban Democracy Feast
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UDF Transparency Report

On November 12, UDF  hosted over 75 guests and raised $ 800. Those funds will support the Hispanic American Council’s Circles of Trust initiative and ISAAC’s Future Leaders for Peace effort.

The crowd funding initiative has raised a  total of $3,424 since May 2015. As a result, Urban Democracy Feast provided cash awards to the following community projects as well:

Humans Beyond Boxes,Urban Exposure, MamaSutra Loving Arts, Majyck Radio, Raise the Age (S.E.E Change),Institute for New Leadership/Project X, Kalamazoo Peace Center

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