There are only 11 days left until the election, and I’m back with another update on how the Student PIRGs’ New Voters Project is pulling out all the stops to make sure young people are registered and have a plan to vote.
With less than two weeks left until Election Day, the Student PIRGs and the Andrew Goodman Foundation have put together a series quick videos on how student organizations, faculty, and campus administrators can get their campuses ready for the 2020 Elections and make sure that their students on join the more than 2.5 MILLION young people that have voted already.
We’re in the home stretch of this election—only 20 days left!—and young people are fired up. The nonpartisan Student PIRGs’ New Voters Project continues to do all we can to make sure young people are registered to vote and have a plan to get their ballot cast. Last week was quite the week, with voter registration deadlines in six of our states. I wanted to send a quick note on how our voter registration pushes went — read below for highlights from the week.
Happy National Voter Registration Day! The energy and excitement from our campus communities has been at an all time high. Already, more than 250 volunteers across the country have taken action to educate over 300,000 young people about how to… Read more
Climate change. Plastic pollution. Affordable higher education. Turning out to vote. Young people want to make change on the issues they care about, and the Student PIRGs are here to help them. I’m excited to update you on our recent… Read more
As we wrap up the spring semester on the east coast, I’m happy to share that this enthusiasm for action hasn’t waned. PIRG students across the country organized more than 50 local actions and events with more than 800 attendees for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
It’s been a little over a month since college campuses across the country began closing to limit the spread of COVID-19. With all the challenges we’re facing these days, students’ enduring commitment to social change gives me hope.
— FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — ContactDan Xie, Political DirectorStudent [email protected], 858-353-1452 [Remote, United States of America] — On April 22nd, 2020, Americans will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day a little differently. The Student Public Interest Research Groups (PIRGs)… Read more
America’s first Earth Day celebration in 1970 mobilized millions of Americans to take action for clean air, clean water, and protected open spaces. This nationwide activation resulted in the passage of some of the most important environmental legislation in the… Read more
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