AMF supports the creation of a Human Centered Internet that respects the values of privacy, race and gender equity, equitable participation and diversity. AMF has partnered with Daveed Benjamin, NGI Ambassador and CEO at Skōōl, Founder of Bridgit to imagine the Next Generation Internet based on a new kind of
Panilla's Journey, written by a father/daughter team, is about a young girls changing view of the world and the effect she and others have on it.
AMF is proud to partner with Krip-Hop Nation to host this summer the Disabled African Musicians Summer Bay Area Festival which was held in the Summer of 2019. We enjoyed performances and discussions with African musicians, Francine Atosha Mbusa, Lusumba Luc and Congo Handicap and many others. We also premiered
Alternative Minds foundation operates the Website for Alternative Minds Foundation, which is a non-profit which supports arts and education ("Service"). This page is used to inform website visitors regarding our policies with the collection, use, and disclosure of Personal Information if anyone decided to use our Service, the Website Name website. If you choose
Alternative Minds Foundation was proud to serve as the Fiscal Sponsor and partner with I'm P.O.P (Positive on Purpose) to hold the 2018 Afrolit conference, held at Laney College, in Oakland, California on October 27, 2019. Over a hundred people came to enjoy the event and to embrace literacy. Events
AMF proudly supports one of Hayward Education Foundation’s 2018 Heroes: Chris Gould, with our Quilt Project for her Girls Empowerment Soccer Club.   Chris, a blingual teacher, was recently recognized for the tireless dedication, passion and love that she bestows on her students at Harder Elementary school in Hayward. Like many
AMF has partnered with BALANCE Edutainment, the company spear-heading innovative 3-D reading technologies through their book, Pachas Pajamas, created by Nature. Visit Pachas Pajamas under our Projects section to learn more!
AMF joined stewards from all across the nation who are bringing Little Free Libraries into their communities. Thanks to a generous grant from the Little Free Library program, AMF was able to bring a multi-lingual library to the East Oakland area.     If you'd like to donate to AMF
AMF collaborated with Alouba Youth Enrichment to present a workshop series to East Oakland youth that resulted in theatrical productions of “Abiyoyo”, an African fable, and “EnviroWar”, a student produced theatrical show highlighting some of the solutions that youth can formulate to address community environmental issues. Below are summaries of