- Young people of color have the power to bring justice to our communities.
- Young people care about the future and their communities.
- We are the largest and most diverse generation in California.
- We make up one-third of the population.
- A statewide network of 17 youth and community organizations empowering young voters of color in California;
- Using our power to change our communities and our state. In the 2016 election, YVote organized over 150 young people and adults to engage young voters. Together, we talked to over 47,000 young voters through phone and text and increased turnout of first time voters by 20 percent;
- Dedicated to transforming young people of color and other disenfranchised communities into an influential power block to reshape California and the decisions that impact our communities.
YVote Network Members:
- RYSE Center, Richmond
- San Francisco Rising, San Francisco
- Oakland Rising, Oakland
- Californians for Justice -Fresno
- MILPA Collective, Salinas
- Act for Women and Girls, Visalia
- Future Leaders of America, Santa Barbara
- Community Coalition, South Los Angeles
- Innercity Struggle, East Los Angeles
- Californias for Justice – Long Beach
- Khmers Girls in Action, Long Beach
- Korean Resource Center, Orange County
- Resilience OC, Santa Ana
- Mid-City CAN, San Diego
- Inland Congregations United For Change -PICO, San Bernardino
- Dolores Huerta Foundation, Bakersfield
- Mi Familia Vota
YVote Steering Committee Members:
Have questions or want to connect with the Yvote team? Contact Mynor Godoy, Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org