Resident Organizations

The Democracy Center's resident organization incubator program provides low cost office and event space to 501(c)3, 501(c)4, fiscally sponsored, and new grassroots organizations. Here are our current resident organizations who are helping build more sustainable, united communities of action! 

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Better Future Project

The Better Future Project works to accelerate the growth of a movement to make stronger, more resilient communities and advance a rapid and responsible transition away from fossil fuels. 


The Black Response

The Black Response is an ad hoc group of young Black Cantabrigians who took up the task of bringing community members, service providers and community organizations together. Throughout 2021, we have worked to convene a participatory action research process toward the development of an alternative public safety program in Cambridge.

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North American Marine Alliance

NAMA is a fishermen-led organization building a broad movement toward healthy fisheries and fishing communities. We build deep and trusting relationships with community based fishermen, crew, fishworkers and allies to create effective policy and market strategies.

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Real Food Challenge

The Real Food Challenge leverages the power of youth and universities to create a healthy, fair, and green food system. Our primary campaign is to shift existing university food budgets away from industrial farms towards local, fair, ecologically sound food sources by 2020.

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Foundation for Civic Leadership

The Foundation for Civic Leadership strives to promote civic engagement and to foster both traditional and non-traditional forms of activity for social change on our campuses and in our communities.


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