Last week, Courage California Institute launched Your Power is Your Vote initiative to support young people, people of color, and all high potential voters to register and vote, with confidence,…
The Community’s Guide to the 2020 Election
“Your Power is Your Vote” is Courage California Institute’s new initiative to support young people, people of color, and other high potential voters to register and vote, with confidence, in the general election.
We all have a responsibility to do what we can to make an impact in the November election and sustain a movement to continue to strive for freedom. Here’s how you can directly engage in the election and beyond…
With Courage, We Can Free the Vote! Vote yes on Prop. 17 to restore voting rights to formerly incarcerated Californians who have completed their prison term.
Passing Prop. 16 allows us to remedy gender bias and racism, and in doing so, build a California that reflects our shared values. With Courage, we can!
Courage California urges Californians to vote “Yes” on Proposition 15, known as “Schools & Communities First.” We cannot afford to continue giving billionaires tax-cuts. With Courage, we can ensure families have the resources they need to survive and strive.
Content warning: police violence Recently, we received an email from a Courage member about an encounter they once had with the police: “3 years ago I opened my front door…
Earlier this month, this Haitian woman stood up and said “Black Lives Matter,” but it wasn’t until college that I learned about Juneteenth and what it meant to be Black in America.
Centuries of state-sanctioned racial violence against Black people — slavery, segregation, lynchings, Jim Crow, police brutality — are encoded in our culture and the trauma in the genes of generations of Black families and communities.