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"The Other America"

Celebrating MLK's Legacy at the National Cathedral

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With Your Support

What Advancement Project's National Office Accomplished in 2018

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We Came to Learn: A Call to Action for Police-Free Schools

Download the new report and action kit from Advancement Project and the Alliance for Educational Justice

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Protecting Voters in the Wake of Hurricane Michael

Advancement Project files lawsuit urging Florida Secretary of State Detzner to extend voter registration deadline

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Democracy Disappeared

How Florida Silences the Black Vote through Felony Disenfranchisement

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How to Protect the Vote in 2018

Register now for our upcoming webinar series.

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ActionCamp 2018: Policing Race

Building a movement toward police-free schools

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Skip the latte. Fund the movement.

Eliminating systemic racism takes a movement. Use the money you'd spend on a cup of coffee to support racial justice.

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Tell Your Governor: #NoCopsNoGuns

Tell your governor to support common sense solutions, not more police and armed teachers.

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#NoCopsNoGuns: School Walkout Toolkit

Ending gun violence without an increase in police in our neighborhoods and schools.

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For Us By Us: Racial Justice Champions Fund the Movement

Colin Kaepernick and Jesse Williams donate major gift to Advancement Project as part of million dollar pledge

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Advancement Project 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.

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The Justice Project

Reimagining safety at the grassroots.

Webinar Series: How to Protect the Vote in 2018

Webinar series highlighting the election laws and regulations of five states.


End gun violence without an increase in police in our neighborhoods and schools.

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Advancement Project Files FOIA Lawsuit on Behalf of UndocuBlack Network Seeking Transparency on Visa Sanctions

“The public has a right to know about these policies that are very dangerous and harmful to members of these communities."

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Advancement Project National Office, Leading National Civil Rights and Racial Justice Organizations Condemn Betsy DeVos’ Opposition to Recommendations of Federal Commission of School Safety

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation Racial Equity Anchor Group, which includes Advancement Project's national office, has written a letter to Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to…

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Rescission of Obama-era School Discipline Guidance is an Attack on Youth of Color

National Education Justice Organizations Denounce DeVos’ Attack of Obama-era Guidance Aimed at Combating Discriminatory Treatment of Students of Color