The Soros Equality Fellowship seeks to support individual leaders with 10+ years of work experience who are influencing the racial justice field. The aim of the Fellowship is to provide a space to incubate new ideas, promote risk-taking, and develop different ways of thinking that challenge and expand our existing assumptions. A successful project should identify a challenge and propose a critical intervention that will meaningfully address the systems that reinforce inequities and discrimination in the United States. Applicants must be able to devote at least 35 hours per week to the project if awarded a Fellowship. Applicants may be based outside the U.S., provided their work directly pertains to a U.S. racial justice issue and is able to demonstrate proficiency in spoken and written English.