The Youth Justice Project (YJP) is a youth-led group of Durham Public School (DPS) students of color who are committed to ending the school-to-prison pipeline and achieving educational justice. We envision a future in which young people of color attend schools that lift them up, not pat them down; live in communities that follow their […]
Are you a Poll Monitor or Poll Worker serving your community during the 2020 General Election? What is the difference between a Poll Monitor and Poll Worker? What are my rights and how does the law protect me? This guide will help YOU feel comfortable and confident when assisting voters at polling places.
Amendment 3 Florida’s Amendment 3 in 2020 could present a significant threat to Black and Latinx voting power in the state. Under this Amendment, Florida’s primary elections would shift from a “closed primary,” in which voters must be registered with a political party to participate in that party’s primary election, to a “top-two primary” model. […]
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Black and Latinx students should have a safe learning environment. But for many students of color, school police do not equal safety. In Wake County Public Schools, where there are over 70 hired police officers, 22% of students are Black but they make up 73% of students referred to juvenile or adult court by school […]
The table shows what’s on the ballot for the 2020 elections in nine southern states.
Learn about the 2020 rules for voting in assisted living facilities, along with the two-step process for absentee-by-mail voting in North Carolina. Click on the download link to view and download the full infographic.
Learn about both the North Carolina-specific hotline number and national hotline number – who runs them, how they work, issues the hotline workers address, and more! Click on the download link to view and download the full infographic.
In the wake of natural disasters, voters frequently get displaced from their homes. That does not mean that these voters lose their right to vote and have their political voices heard. Survivors of Hurricane Florence who have been forced from their homes because of the storm and subsequent flooding have several options available to them […]