In order to make all Black lives matter, we must ensure that queer & transgender Black people are seen, heard & valued in our communities and on the census.
It’s time for us to take up all five-fifths of the space we’re entitled to, and to use all five-fifths of our power to make justice real in America.
Each trending tragedy underscores the critical importance of community organizing AND voter justice. Tell Congress to protect our elections now.
You can avoid waiting in long lines and crowds by voting safely from home. Here’s what Georgia voters need to know to vote safely in the June 9 election.
Register to vote and check your voter registration status so you can get election updates directly from credible local and state election officials.
These measures will help ensure a safe voting experience for Black voters, which is vital for protecting public health and the democratic process for all.
Each of us as individuals benefits the most when everyone around us gets counted. Here’s what you need to know about what’s going on with the 2020 Census.
No matter who we are, who we love, where we were born, or who we live with, we all count. Include everyone who lives with you when filling out the census.
Self-responding early helps reduce the need for census takers to knock on people’s doors to complete the count. Make a plan to complete the census ASAP!
Here’s everything you need to know to get counted on 2020 Census while staying safe from fake census scams.