At Adasina Social Capital, we're committed to making large-scale, systemic change through investments in public markets.
Our diverse team of people from non-traditional backgrounds works closely with the communities we intend to impact – aligning investors with social justice movements. Beyond creating our own investment criteria, Adasina mobilizes investors to drive long-term impact through industry campaigns and education.
Join us in becoming unstoppable agents of meaningful change for people and our planet.
We believe in bold, decisive action.
Adasina’s commitment to social justice movements centers the voices of communities most impacted by injustice as we leverage investments to pursue racial, gender, economic, and climate justice.
Our Racial Justice work aims to uproot systems that reinforce, perpetuate, and exacerbate racial inequities. Our goal is to abolish profit from corporate participation in unjust systems.
Our Gender Justice work seeks to promote equality for all, regardless of their gender identity. We divest from companies with policies and practices that do not support gender equity and LGBTQ+ equality.
Our Economic Justice work seeks to create a fair and equitable financial future for all people and communities. We divest from companies who fail to deal fairly with the public or their employees.
Our Climate Justice work aims to advance the goals of environmental sustainability. We divest from companies that negatively impact air quality, water quality, and environmental sustainability.
Adasina's four interlocking levers work together to create large-scale, systemic change.
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