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Top 6 Things Voters Can Do to Support Democracy in 2020

Want to know what you can do to ensure voters in your community can vote in free, fair and safe elections? We've got you covered! Explore this Top 6 ThingsĀ document to learn how you can protect our democracy today.

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Take Action: Sign These #PoliceFreeSchools Petitions

Black and Brown youth organizers…

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Letter to New York City Council, Mayor de Blasio: Urging Elimination of Police in Schools

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Letter to Chicago Board of Education: #PoliceFreeSchools is both possible and necessary

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Letter to D.C. Mayor Bowser and City Council Supporting Black Youth in Their Call For #PoliceFreeSchools

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Vote-By-Mail Messaging Guide

Advancement Project National Office has developed a messaging guide to help voting rights advocates discuss the subject with a racial justice lens. This multi-part guide highlights the complexity of vote-by-mail and provides counterpoints to false claims about the process.

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Voting By Mail in 2020: Panacea or Predicament?

In this policy essay, Advancement Project National Office lifts up the concerns and hopes of advocates on the ground and points out the meaningful ways in which they are preparing their communities for the 2020 elections.

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Letter to Oakland Unified School District: #PoliceFreeSchools Necessary to Protect Black and Brown Children

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Letter to School District of Philadelphia: #PoliceFreeSchools Necessary to Protect Black and Brown Children

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Divesting from Policing: Advancement Project National Office’s List of Demands

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Letter to Denver School Board: Removing Police From Schools Keeps Black and Brown Children Safe

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Advancement Project National Office, Puente Human Rights Movement Demand Release of 114 Protesters in Letter

On May 30, 2020, as…

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