Civic Nation Adds Legal Pro Bono Organization ‘We The Action’ to Its Network of Generation-Defining Initiatives
October 12, 2021
Civic Nation Launches Made to Save Campaign to Increase COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence and Access in Communities of Color
April 6, 2021
Civic Nation Ushers in a New Era of Social Change with New Leadership and Initiatives
March 11, 2021
- Acknowledging Identity For A Better College Experience For Allby Sofia Casamassa, Brand Contributor on October 8, 2021
While things, like standardized tests, have become slightly more accessible since I was in second grade, there is still more work that needs to be done to make higher education accessible and equitable to all students of color.
- Strong Democracy Is Good For The Bottom Lineby Stephanie L. Young, Brand Contributor on October 1, 2021
If companies truly want to deliver on their promise to advance racial justice, they can’t stand on the sidelines of our democracy.
- It’s Time To Make Voting Part Of Who We Are.by The National Voter Education Week Steering Committee, Brand Contributor on September 30, 2021
One of the few silver linings of last year was the unprecedented levels of commitment, engagement, and organization by activists that helped make the 2020 election the most participatory in our nation’s history, despite the obstacles created by COVID-19 and the structural barriers that often make…
- College Students Carry 2020’s Voting Momentum Into 2021 And Beyond With Civic Holidaysby Eddy Zerbe, Brand Contributor on September 28, 2021
This is the fourth year that the Students Learn Students Vote Coalition and the Alliance for Youth Organizing have worked with colleges and organizations throughout the US to hold Campus Takeover – a nationwide effort to mobilize students around elections and to create a culture of civic engageme…
- Instead Of ‘where Were You On 9/11,’ Let’s Talk About What Happened After.by Stephanie Owens, Brand Contributor on September 20, 2021
I hope that by sharing one of my most vulnerable moments in life that you can find support instead of suffering alone. Take care of yourselves, and take care of each other. We’re all in this together.
- What If? Asking The Right Question Can Help High School Seniors Apply To Collegeby Lisa King, Brand Contributor on September 17, 2021
The “What If” question is a starting point — it allows high school counselors, college advisors, parents, relatives, and friends to then explain how bringing those aspirations to life requires education, training, and experience.
- Reminiscing On The Best (Almost) 4 Years At Reach Higherby Josh Nudelman, Brand Contributor on September 17, 2021
Reach Higher has been my home for almost four years, and I will value everything I have learned during my time here. I know I am leaving Reach Higher in good hands and that the future of the organization will continue to celebrate the power of higher education.
- For Teachers Of Color Who Are Vaccinated And That Still Is Not Enough!by Dr. Frederick V. Engram Jr., Brand Contributor on September 3, 2021
I, like many other educators who are vaccinated, find ourselves at a moral and ethical crossroads. We went from being applauded and celebrated at the beginning of the pandemic to being accused of being lazy, unmotivated, and selfish for making decisions based on CDC guidelines.