San Antonio’s history of racial inequality stems from community distrust in public entities and municipal departments, economic segregation, pay-wage disparities, gentrification, gerrymandered voting zones, and antiquated systems overseeing antiquated resource funnels.

Black Freedom Factory offers City departments and offices, community and industry leaders, and organizations to identify the effects of racial inequity, while outlining a path to cultivating equitable culture.

What is a Freedom 'Factory'?

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Statement on Public Office Campaigns:

Black Freedom Factory is a neutral and non-aligned organization regarding public office campaigns. It is essential for Black Freedom Factory to remain true to its mission of holding politicians accountable concerning topics related to race relations, diversity and equity.

In order for Black Freedom Factory to effectively carry out its mission, the organization must remain impartial to all political candidate endorsements or any perceived bias in favor of a candidate over another.

We hope you can support us in our mission in ensuring the efficiency of transparent communal advocacy.

In solidarity,

Kimiya Factory 
President/Executive Director

Pillars of Influence

Racism &

Public Health & Safety

LGBTQIA+ Relations & Resources

Non-Binary Inclusion

ness & Housing

Education Equity

Food Deserts & Community Sustainability

Economic Development & Gentrification

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