The Alliance for Black Justice in Poland (BJP) is a coalition of organizations and informal groups that advocate for the rights of Black, African and Afro-descendant communities in Poland. 

The BJP includes the following members:

Black is Polish

A collective of Polish women of African descent, who have been friends for years and who created the “Black is Polish / Czarne jest polskie” Instagram platform to inform and educate the general public about anti-Black racism, decolonization, feminism, and Black history.

The Association of Multiethnic Families Family Voices

The mission of Family Voices is to build and sustain a community of families of mixed background in Poland in order to ensure that young people of African descent who are growing up in Poland feel supported, confident and empowered. Education and advocating for equality, diversity and inclusion are integral to this mission.

The Center for Intersectional Justice (CIS)

CIS designs and implements antiracist education programs, which centers healing racial trauma through somatic and emotional work, and NVC (non-violent communication). This work is informed by Black feminism as well as a holistic approach to learning, empowering black identity, and embodying change through activism.

Foundation for Social Diversity (FSD)

Founded in 2007, the mission of the FSD is to develop an open, diverse society by supporting intercultural dialogue and social integration, and by developing knowledge and tools that strengthen equality and empower minorities, migrants and migrant communities in Poland.

new visions

Based in Berlin, new visions is an educational collective that sees culture and the arts as both an inspiration and a medium for social change. Through its varied programming, new visions holds space for collective work that progresses equity and inclusion, empowers womxn in leadership, and brings us closer to a world of justice and love.