Mulberry Art Gallery is an upcoming gallery in Wichita, Kansas with a strong focus on Black artists, artists of color, and artists historically excluded from gallery representation. Mulberry aims to serve as a site of creative exploration, change that historical narrative, and amplify these voices.

Learn more about Mulberry Art Gallery at mulberrygallery.com.

Contact (316) 365-9461, anthonyj@mulberrygallery.com 

 

Your donation will support the amazing work of the Mulberry Art Gallery.

 

Click the donate button below and utilize the drop-down box to choose Mulberry Art Gallery.

 

 

CORE believes in supporting and collaborating with other organizations.

Read about the grant awards for the organizations below here

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion aims to cultivate and sustain an inclusive campus. We strive for academic excellence by creating an environment that educates, empowers and mobilizes our students, campus and community. In our community, our members view themselves as ambassadors for fundamental freedoms and respect the differences in others.

The office provides dynamic programs, which range from speakers and film showings to award ceremonies, cultural festivities and LGBTQA programming — each representing a small piece of the diversity displayed on the WSU campus.

Learn more about the ODI at wichita.edu/odi 

To donate click the button below. Once you are on the WSU Foundation page please do the following;

  1. Click Programs

  2. In the drop-down box (Choose a division, department, or affiliation) choose Student Affairs​​

  3. In the drop-down box (Choose a fund) choose Diversity and Inclusion Current Fund

The Wichita Birth Justice Society is a BIPOC-led nonprofit organization working to reduce maternal and infant mortality disparities in the Wichita area through community-led initiatives.

Learn more about the Wichita Birth Justice Society at wichitabirthjusticesociety.org

Contact (316) 500-0629, wichitabirthjusticesociety@gmail.com 

The Black Alliance is a coalition of Wichita-area organizations and activists, including The Greater Wichita Ministerial League, Wichita Branch NAACP, Wichita Urban Professionals, Wichita/Sedgwick County Council of Elders, Wichita State University African-American Faculty and Staff Association, State Sen. Oletha Faust-Goudeau, State Rep. Gail Finney, State Rep. K.C. Ohaebosim, Wichita City Council Member Brandon Johnson and a number of committed community members committed to making a difference.

Learn more about the Black Alliance at wichitablackalliance.com

Contact/Donate - blackallianceict@gmail.com