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Guest Blog: 20 Years Later, We STILL Have Your Back

May 31, 2023
Blog Post
Guest blog by Lauren Regan, Executive Director and Senior Staff Attorney for Civil Liberties Defense Center,

70th Anniversary Prep: Connections and Stories

May 17, 2023
Blog Post
I’ve spent a lot of time the last few months planning for the commemoration of the 70th anniversary of my grandparents’ executions. From initial brainstorming with the RFC staff and Board about what… Read More

Safety in an Imperfect World: Another Granting Cycle Complete at the RFC

May 10, 2023
Blog Post
At an RFC event years ago, one beneficiary made the point that in a perfect world, the RFC wouldn’t exist. It’s a strange concept to think about as an employee of such a special organization, but it’… Read More

Guest Blog: Drawing Deportation: Art and Resistance Among Immigrant Children

Mar 30, 2023
Blog Post
Guest blog by author Silvia Rodriguez Vega

The Rosenberg Case 70 Years Later: Fighting Fascism Then and Now

Mar 09, 2023
You’re invited to join us virtually for the premiere of a short film produced by the RFC on either of two screening dates – June 14th or June 25th. The event will feature Angela Davis, Rosenberg sons… Read More

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June 1st deadline flyer - sponsor tickets for 70th anniversary event

May 12, 2023

Still waiting to reserve your tickets for "The Rosenberg Case 70 Years Later: Fighting Fascism Then and Now"? Our due date for Sponsor level tickets is fast approaching on June 1st.
Angela Y. Davis and Russell Shoatz III

May 09, 2023

We are very excited to share that longtime activist and RFC Advisory Board member Angela Y. Davis and activist, educator, event producer, writer and spiritual guide Russell Shoatz III will be reading… Read More
Harry Belafonte (center) with Burt Lancaster (left) and Charlton Heston (right) inside the Lincoln Memorial during the "March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom" on Aug. 28, 1963 in Washington, D.C.

May 02, 2023

Thank you to Renée Graham of the Boston Globe for this thoughtful tribute to the late, great Harry Belafonte. We loved this sentiment and are honored for our organization to be counted among the… Read More
Billie Holiday

Apr 28, 2023

Earlier this month on April 20th marked the anniversary of Billie Holiday recording "Strange Fruit" in 1939. The song was originally written by Abel Meeropol, a Jewish activist, poet, and high school… Read More
Paul Robeson

Apr 26, 2023

Earlier this month marked Paul Robeson's 125th birthday. Robeson was a fierce civil rights and antifascist activist, musician and a supporter of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg (he even participated in a… Read More

Upcoming Events

The Rosenberg Case 70 Years Later: Fighting Fascism Then and Now

Jun 14, 2023
Join The Rosenberg Fund for Children virtually for The Rosenberg Case 70 Years Later: Fighting Fascism Then and Now, an event and premier of a short RFC-produced film on either of two screening dates… Read More
Jenn Speaking Engagement

The Rosenberg Fund for Children relies on help from our supporters around the country to organize fundraising events for us in their local areas.

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