Activism & Social Justice
Advance Project This next generation, multi-racial civil rights organization is working to fulfill America’s promise of a caring, inclusive, and just democracy.
Human Rights Watch This team of experts, lawyers, journalists, and others investigates and reports on abuses worldwide to protect the most at-risk.
PEN America Founded in 1922, Pen America works to protect free expression worldwide.
Race Forward Race Forward brings systemic analysis and an innovative approach to complex race issues to help people take effective action toward racial equity. Their research on racial justice issues includes community-focused decision making and racial equity in the workplace.
RAICES This non-profit provides free and low-cost legal services to marginalized immigrant children, families, and refugees. Join their Text for Migrant Justice Team or sign their form to tell ICE to release all immigrants at risk of COVID-19.
The Native Justice Coalition The Native Justice Coalition’s goal is to be a platform for healing, social, and racial justice by and for Native American people. With a primary focus on racial justice, the grassroots, community-based organization also tackles issues like addiction recovery and sex trafficking.
We Came To Learn This call to action for police-free schools has an assault map, statistics, and ways to get involved and help.
Vote & Let Your Voice Be Heard
GLAAD Voting Resources Find out how to vote if you are experiencing homelessness, your name doesn’t match your ID, or you’re formerly incarcerated, all from GLAAD. You can also participate in their social media campaign to #VoteWithPride.
Rock the Vote Tech for Civic Engagement Register to vote, check your voter registration status, and get reminders about the election all with these digital tools from Rock the Vote.
VotoLatino Find out about voting safely during COVID-19, check your voter registration, and learn all about the issues at stake this election at Voto Latino, a grassroots political organization focused on educating and empowering a new generation of Latinx voters.
VoteRiders Rules for First-Time Voters Voting for the first time? This resource includes all the relevant information you’ll need to get registered, and what to know for when it’s time to cast your ballot.
When We All Vote: Voter Resources Hub This non-partisan organization, launched in 2018 by co-chairs Michelle Obama, Tom Hanks, and Lin-Manuel Miranda, has information on where you can register to vote, find out voting locations, or request a mail-in ballot.
Why Student Voters Matter Millennials and Gen Z will be the largest share of eligible voters in 2020, and the Campus Vote Project aims to get those voters to the polls. Via resources like listings of state guidelines, voter-friendly campuses, and more, get ready to vote on November 3rd.