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GDN's A Call to Colors

$10 of $5,000 goal

Raised by 1 person in 15 days
Created February 1, 2019

About “A Call to Colors”


The focus of “A Call to Colors” is to achieve 100% voter registration by engaging college campus student organizations and the “Divine 9” – nine historically Black Greek letter organizations that make up the National Pan-Hellenic Council. The campaign will also include the NC NAACP and black leadership from around the state of North Carolina.  The initiative includes twice yearly “A Call to Colors” civic engagement rallies on HBCU campuses, at non-traditional campuses and in many different iterations. With the NAACP’s participation, the HBCU/Divine 9 and other black leadership, coalitions can be recreated virtually everywhere. Experienced leaders will define the civic engagement concept for undergraduates and guide its implementation. Mobilizing our students in cyberspace creates untold leverage in civic engagement and community organizing. Subscribe to get weekly updates, headlines and event notifications. Visit GreaterDiversity.com 

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Each week we will profile a major figure or organization related to civic engagement, Citizens United, gerrymandering, redistricting, election calendars, candidates, political parties, pressure groups and many more topics relevant to people interested in being more informed.  All Civic Engagement Project newsletter editions will be permanently archived on our website. Subscribe to get weekly updates, headlines and event notifications. Visit GreaterDiversity.com 

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The Walking Dead: Public Policy is Problematic for People of Color

According to the World Prison Brief, which is a unique database that provides free access to information about prison systems throughout the world, there are over 2 million people in prison and jails throughout the United States, which is approximately 0.66 percent of the country’s entire population. Out of those incarcerated individuals, more than 50 percent of them are detained or convicted for non-violent offenses and roughly 56 percent of them are Black.

http://greaterdiversity.com/walking-dead-public-policy-problematic-people-color/
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NCCU Alumni Civic Engagement Effort Has Vision and Mission - GDN Exclusive Vol. 2, Part IV  - Greater Diversity News http://greaterdiversity.com/nccu-alumni-civic-engagement-effort-vision-mission-gdn-exclusive-vol-2-part-iv/
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Subscribe and Share “A Call to Colors Updates”
Each week we will profile a major figure or organization related to civic engagement, Citizens United, gerrymandering, redistricting, election calendars, candidates, political parties, pressure groups and many more topics relevant to people interested in being more informed. All Civic Engagement Project newsletter editions will be permanently archived on our website. Subscribe to get weekly updates, headlines and event notifications. Visit http://GreaterDiversity.com to subscribe.
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