Advancement Project National Office is a next-generation, multi-racial civil rights organization. Rooted in the great human rights struggles for equality and justice, we exist to fulfill America’s promise of a caring, inclusive and just democracy. We use innovative tools and strategies to strengthen social movements and achieve high impact policy change. Visit www.advancementproject.org.
- Check out and share our How to Vote State Primers for six key states here.
- Complete the Census to ensure your community is counted.
- Make a plan to vote either in-person on Election Day, early before E-day, or vote-by-mail. Need help? Explore our new vote-by-mail resources for Black and Brown communities.
- Volunteer to be a Democratizing Voter Protection Captain to advocate for policies that will make it easier for communities of color to vote on and beyond Election Day.
- Sign our petition to tell Congress to enshrine a #NationalRightToVote.
Color Of Change is the nation’s largest online racial justice organization. We help people respond effectively to injustice in the world around us, design campaigns powerful enough to end practices that unfairly hold Black people back and champion solutions that move us all forward. As a national online force driven by 7 million members we move decision-makers in corporations and government to create a more human and less hostile world for Black people in America.
In the last two months, Color Of Change has helped more than 7 million people demand justice for Black people killed by police. Through our campaigns we have targeted racism and injustice on every level of society from Hollywood to Silicon Valley and the halls of Congress. Most recently Color Of Change and our members have successfully gotten the Crime TV shows COPS and Live PD canceled after a report we released exposed the ways these shows normalize injustice in the criminal justice system. In July, Color Of Change teamed up with other major civil rights organizations and got hundreds of corporations to pull $7 billion in advertising from Facebook during the month of July as part of our #StopHateForProfit boycott which demands an end to voter suppression, misinformation and hate groups on the platform.
Now we’re calling on all corporations to go #BeyondTheStatement, and back up their Black Lives Matter posts with tangible, systemic change for Black employees and Black people nation-wide. Earlier this year, more than 7 million people helped Color Of Change lead a digital push for justice for George Floyd and our #UntilJusticeIsReal campaigns moves to focus on systemic change by supporting #DefundThePolice campaigns in New York, Philadelphia, Washington D.C. and Minneapolis. In Minneapolis the City Council is now planning to disband the police entirely. On the political front, Color Of Change is staying focused on advocating for safe elections and a safe Census collection process in Black communities. Throughout the pandemic Color Of Change has led #TheBlackResponse to COVID-19, a resource and action center meant to help Black people, most impacted by the pandemic, advocate for the systemic changes that will keep us safe moving.
Gold House is the largest nonprofit collective of Asian cultural leaders dedicated to forging stronger bonds that deliver more authentic and successful lives. Our ventures include membership systems and benefits to fortify relationships among Asians and with other marginalized communities (All of Us Movement); championing authentic Asian representation through media to reshape public opinion (Gold Open and A100 List); and accelerating economic success and commercial representation through Asian founders (Gold Rush). To learn more, visit www.goldhouse.org or follow @GoldHouseCo on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
- linktr.ee/GoldVote – Asians are the least likely to register (and show up) to vote. We’re also the deciding vote in several swing States. Let’s get to work!
Higher Heights for America Higher Heights is the only national organization providing Black women with a political home exclusively dedicated to building the political power and leadership of Black women from the voting booth to elected office and creating the environment for Black women to run, win and lead.
- Make a political budget and donate to a candidate or organization that inspires you. Check out Black women running in 2020 at higherheightsforamericapac.org
- Make a vote plan and commit to organize your house, your block, your church and sorority and union to cast your vote and flex your power
IllumiNative is a national, Native-led racial and social justice organization. Our mission is to amplify contemporary Native voices, stories and issues to build power for Native peoples to advance justice, equity, and self-determination. Our goal is to transform how Americans and key institutions think about and engage with Native peoples in order to fight systemic racism and achieve transformational change for Native communities and future generations.
LA Collab is a collective impact group of entertainment industry leaders, professionals and allies. LA Collab seeks to develop transformational collaboration between the creative community, studios, buyers and other organizations that accelerates Latino visibility and authentic representation and double Latino representation in Hollywood by 2030.
When We All Vote is a national, nonpartisan nonprofit that brings together citizens, institutions, brands, and organizations to increase participation in every election. Launched by Michelle Obama, the organization is committed to closing the race and age voting gap and empowering all eligible voters to cast their ballot by harnessing grassroots energy, establishing strategic partnerships, and implementing digital organizing strategies, with the ultimate goal of changing the culture around voting.
Michelle Obama is joined in this effort by fellow Co-Chairs Tom Hanks, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Janelle Monáe, Chris Paul, Faith Hill, Selena Gomez, Liza Koshy, Megan Rapinoe, Shonda Rhimes, Tracee Ellis Ross, Kerry Washington, and Rita Wilson.
In the lead up to the 2018 Midterm Elections, When We All Vote organized over 2,500 local voter registration events across the country, engaged 200 million Americans online about the significance of voting, and texted nearly four million voters the resources to register and get out to vote.
In 2020, When We All Vote is helping to lead in voter education, registration and volunteer engagement. In response to COVID-19, When We All Vote is leading the fight for fair and safe elections by supporting the expansion of access to vote-by-mail, early in-person voting and online voter registration so every American can make their voices heard on Election Day. For more information on When We All Vote, visit www.whenweallvote.org.