our member organizations
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Started to keep the national demand for gun reform going after the March 24th March for Our Lives events were over. The first march was a four day, 50 mile march from Madison to Janesville, the home of House Speaker Paul Ryan. It was directed at Paul Ryan for his lead role in blocking and burying any chance of gun reform again and again. Now work to keep the pressure on our nation’s top leaders until gun reform is a priority for Republicans and Democrats.
Global Minds Initiative is a for-youth, by-youth organization created to combat the issues of cultural intolerance and discrimination through an after school tutoring program between English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) and Native English Speaking (NES) students.
Founded by the survivors of the February 14th, 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, March for Our Lives works around the country to promote comprehensive solutions to gun violence.
Earth Uprising was started to support and hasten the youth climate movement, while providing resources and opportunities to educate one another about the climate crisis. Youth climate activists from all over the world are uniting to take action and demand a better future for ourselves and future generations. Even though many cannot vote, we can make our voices heard!
iMatter campaigns are designed for and from the unique perspective of pre-college youth leaders, to address both the madness and magnitude of the climate emergency. The U.S. and Canadian governments are taking too long to address the climate crisis– that’s why we’re demanding our elected officials at every level possible commit to bold and visionary climate action.
Meddling Kids Movement is an international youth-led media organization highlighting young people who are changing the world, with a focus on amplifying activists ages 8-19 who are getting loud about issues that matter like gun control or gender equality.
Fridays For Future is a movement that began in August 2018, after 15 years old Greta Thunberg sat in front of the Swedish parliament every school day for three weeks, to protest against the lack of action on the climate crisis.
ISEC is an international network of 30 countries that provides resources and organizational power to help students anywhere in the world engage in the grassroots movement of climate justice.