NOW HIRING: Development Director

NOW HIRING: Development Director

Position Title: Development Director

FLSA Status: Exempt; Full-time

Location: Hybrid: Remote/Office

Reports to: Executive Director

Salary Range: $75,000 – $95,000

Position Summary: Development Director is responsible for increasing unrestricted funds and promoting the work, events, and non-partisan campaigns of Dolores Huerta and the Dolores Huerta Foundation on a national scale.

Responsibilities:

  • Planning, managing, and evaluating fundraising events, campaigns, and activities that align with DHF’s organizational mission and goals.
  • Develop and oversee a bequest program.
  • Managing the organization’s budget and fundraising income programs.
  • Identifying and stewarding socially responsible prospective donors using prospect research tools and DHF’s supporter and donor database to build relationships.
  • Oversee a major donor program to support the programmatic work of DHF.
  • Oversee small donor cultivation and fundraising.
  • Training and coaching of the fundraising team, staff, board, and volunteers to enhance their roles in fundraising
  • Staying on top of fundraising trends in the nonprofit community.
  • Develop donor, supporter and staff messaging and communications in publications, correspondence, telephone, and social media promotions.

Knowledgable Skills Abilities:

  • Must have at least 3-5 years of fundraising experience for non-profits including special events and grant writing.
  • Supervisorial and coaching experience.
  • Excellent organizational, time-management, and project-planning skills. Must be able to coordinate multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • The ultimate level of professionalism, discretion, maturity, integrity, and confidentiality.
  • Meticulous attention to detail.
  • Proficiency in Google Suite applications, Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), and project management software (Monday.com, Slack)
  • Ability to function at a high level in a fast-paced work environment.
  • Experience managing a calendar, email, and other correspondence.
  • Superb written and verbal skills. Experience with persuasive, emotionally appealing human stories is a plus.
  • Ability to apply initiative, creativity, enthusiasm, and resourcefulness to carry projects to conclusion.
  • Strong interpersonal skills to interact effectively and professionally with a diverse staff, community leaders, board members, prospects, donors, and volunteers.

Education & Experience:

  • Graduate from an accredited college
  • Equivalent combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate
  • 2+ Years’ experience in a community outreach role preferred
  • Social justice advocacy experience preferred
  • Experience and passion for community organizing

Alignment with DHF values: Understanding and appreciation of Dolores Huerta’s legacy and the farmworker’s movement is foundational to the staff’s commitment to working with our BIPOC children, families and communities. Demonstrates respect for and appreciation of social justice history and community organizing culture, understanding its implication in one’s work, fostering meaningful relationships, and embracing the community served.

Group Benefits:

Comprehensive Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance

75% of Medical premiums paid by DHF

Paid Life Insurance

401(k), Retirement Plan with Employer Match

Additional Benefits

Up to 2 weeks paid vacation during the first year of employment

Internal learning and development programs

To Apply

Send resume, cover letter and 3 references to humanresources@doloreshuerta.org Type “Development Director” in the subject line

The Dolores Huerta Foundation is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

NOW HIRING: Communications Director

NOW HIRING: Communications Director

Position Title: Communications Director
FLSA Status: Exempt; Full-time
Location: Hybrid: Remote/Office
Reports to: Executive Director
Salary Range: $75,000 – $95,000


The Organization: The Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF) is a growing 501(c)(3) non-profit
organization. Our mission is to inspire and organize communities to build volunteer
organizations empowered to pursue social justice. DHF is based in Bakersfield, California. We
organize in the counties of Tulare, Fresno, Kern, and the high desert area of Los Angeles
County. We are seeking Student Success Mentors who are passionate about supporting this
work.
Position Summary:
The Communications Director will guide the strategy for all communications, website, and public
relations messages and oversees the information that is made public, and ensures all
messaging is in alignment with the Foundations Mission Statement.
Position Responsibilities:
 Coordinate and implement frequent communications and updates, such as calls to
action, updates and promotion of DHF’s work to donors and supporters.
 Oversee regular social media and website updates regarding DHF projects, campaigns,
and successes, calls to action and promotion of DHF’s work.
 Write and send media advisories, press releases, make outreach calls to the press to
encourage attendance at DHF events, create press packets, establish relationships with
members of the press, regularly update the DHF press list, and track DHF press hits and
promote on social media.
 Train staff on communications with the press and best practices for messaging; assist
staff members in preparing for press interviews.
Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will have the following skills and experiences:
 Bachelor’s Degree in creative writing or related field (relevant experience can substitute
for education requirement.
 2+ years’ experience in a management position
 Proficient in measuring and reaching income goals
 A proactive solutions-oriented approach
 Excellent interpersonal skills (one on one and group dynamics), cultural competency,
strong listening skills, and personable
 Patience and flexibility
 Excellent team player
 Written and spoken proficiency in Spanish & English
 Proficiency in Word, Excel, Outlook, Videoconference, google drive, & on-line navigation
 Self-motivated, resourceful, and creative
 Ability to work evenings and weekends
 Strong collaborator, team player, able to adapt quickly to changing situations

 Time management skills
 Self-confidence and self-assurance
Job Specific Competencies:
● Strategic Thinking: Possesses a broad understanding of organizational strategic planning,
implementation and evaluation.
● Leadership: Demonstrates understanding of a variety of leadership and management
principles and practices.
● Mission Focus: Possesses advanced knowledge and understanding of the challenges and
opportunities relating to the mission of the organization.
● Technical Skill: Advanced computer skills, including google suite
● Communication: Communicates clearly, both verbally and in writing. Is an effective public
speaker. Communicates effectively and professionally among all levels of the organization
and the public. Bilingual (Spanish and English) applicants preferred.
● Ethical Practice: Models the highest level of ethics, integrity, DHF values and social
responsibility.
● Relationship Management: Demonstrated experience working with staff at all levels in a
collaborative, environment; commitment and ability to promote and sustain positive
workplace values and relationships
● Interpersonal Skills: Ability to work well under-pressure, remain calm and controlled when
faced with difficult situations. Strives for immediate address.
Organizational Competencies:
Alignment with DHF values: Understanding and appreciation of Dolores Huerta’s legacy and
the farmworker’s movement is foundational to staff’s commitment to working with our BIPOC
children, families and communities. Demonstrates respect for and appreciation of social justice
history, and community organizing culture, understanding its implication in one’s work, in
fostering meaningful relationships, and in embracing the community served.
o Social Justice – We strive to achieve equity of distribution of wealth, opportunities,
and privileges in our society by dismantling systems of oppression, protecting Mother
Earth, and building a true democracy that values human rights including a person’s
right to love whomever they wish to love.
o Self Determination – We believe in the right of people to choose and be empowered
to create their own destiny. 
o Democracy – We believe in political representation, freedom, and equity, everyone
has an equal voice in organizations and governance.
o Collective Action – We believe there is a mighty power in people organizing
together towards a common goal.
o Volunteerism – We believe that giving of your own time, without compensation,
towards the benefit of others and your community serves as its own reward. 
o Non-violence – We believe in the use of peaceful action, without violence, to bring
about political or social change.
o Feminism – We believe in the social, economic and political equality of all genders;
including women’s right to control their own bodies and the right to abortion. 

o Yes We Can! – We always act with hope in the belief that what may seem
unachievable can be accomplished.

Group Benefits
Comprehensive Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance
 75% of Medical premiums paid by DHF
 Paid Life Insurance
 401(k), Retirement Plan with Employer Match
Additional Benefits
 Up to 2 weeks paid vacation during the first year of employment
 Internal learning and development programs
To Apply
Send resume, cover letter and 3 references to humanresources@doloreshuerta.org
Type “Communications Director” in the subject line

The Dolores Huerta Foundation is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

NOW HIRING: Youth Arts Camp Manager

NOW HIRING: Youth Arts Camp Manager

Position Title:            Youth Arts Camp Manager                                                          

FLSA Status:             Exempt; Full-time

Location:                    DHF Bakersfield

Reports to:                 DHF Arts Camp Director

Salary Range:            $60,000 – $72,000

The OrganizationThe Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF) is a growing 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our mission is to inspire and organize communities to build volunteer organizations empowered to pursue social justice. DHF is based in Bakersfield, California. We organize in the counties of Tulare, Fresno, Kern, and the high desert area of Los Angeles County. We are seeking Student Success Mentors who are passionate about supporting this work.

Position Summary

The Youth Arts Program Associate supports DHF’s Arts Camp and creates communication and outreach systems for the camp. Working with the DHF Art Camp Director, the Art Camp committee, DHF staff, and key external partners, the Program Associate is responsible for 1) supporting the DHF Art Camp Director and the Summer 2023 Art Camp  2) designing, planning, and coordinating communications systems for the DHF Art Camp internally and externally; 3) providing back-end support in organizing and planning meetings, the application and selection process, convening, orientations and workshops that further the DHF Art camp. DHF offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.

Position Responsibilities

  • Advance creative youth development programs to foster creativity, self-efficacy, positive self-image, and self-expression of youth through the arts.
  • Supports the Arts Camp Director in all activities and tasks related to DHF Arts Camp, including, but not limited to, communication with Arts Camp staff, development, implementation, analysis, and budgeting.
  • Under the direction of the Arts Camp Director, supports the planning, coordination, evaluation and logistics of camp programming, including planning and production of the Arts Camp culminating performance with Arts Camp staff.
  • Under the direction of Arts Camp Director, works with internal program leadership and direct service staff to ensure arts strategy alignment with program priorities and strategic outcomes for the Arts Camp.
  • Manage and update youth camper data (online registration and electronic health records)
  • Communicate with appropriate camp staff about camper needs as identified in registration and health records (e.g allergies, medication, accommodations, etc)
  • Responsible for tracking finances, purchasing, and processing payment requests to DHF’s finance team.
  • Supports Arts Camp Director in generating a variety of documents and reports (e.g. attendance, application forms, budget, monthly reports, etc.)
  • Creates Arts Camp communications and marketing that integrates DHF’s arts and youth development approaches within broader DHF communication and messaging.
  • Supports Arts Camp Director in the communication with and training of temporary contract staff, and trains/supervises volunteers
  • Approve timesheets for staff payroll and payments for consultants. 
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Arts, or a related field preferred
    • Combination of education and work experience with a minimum of 2-3 years’ experience in youth programming, arts education, programming and/or production.

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES

Job Specific Competencies

  • Strategic Thinking: Possesses a broad understanding of organizational strategic planning, implementation and evaluation.
  • Leadership: Demonstrates understanding of a variety of leadership and management principles and practices.
  • Mission Focus: Possesses advanced knowledge and understanding of the challenges and opportunities relating to the mission of the organization.
  • Technical Skill:  Knowledge of graphic design and digital media; knowledge of arts community and education institutions; Extensive experience planning and organizing events and public programs.
  • Communication: Communicates clearly, both verbally and in writing.  Is an effective public speaker. Communicates effectively and professionally among all levels of the organization and the public. Bilingual (Spanish and English) applicants preferred.
  • Ethical Practice: Models the highest level of ethics, integrity, DHF values and social responsibility.
  • Relationship Management: Demonstrated experience working with staff at all levels in a collaborative, environment; commitment and ability to promote and sustain positive workplace values and relationships
  • Interpersonal Skills: Ability to work well under-pressure, remain calm and controlled when faced with difficult situations.  Strives for immediate address.

Terms and Conditions of Employment

Employee will be subject to DHF’s policies and procedures.

Organizational Competencies

Alignment with DHF values:  Understanding and appreciation of Dolores Huerta’s legacy and the farmworker’s movement is  foundational to staff’s commitment to working with our BIPOC children, families and communities. Demonstrates respect for and appreciation of social justice  history, and community organizing culture, understanding its implication in one’s work, in fostering meaningful relationships, and in embracing the community served.

  • Social Justice – We strive to achieve equity of distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges in our society by dismantling systems of oppression, protecting Mother Earth, and building a true democracy that values human rights including a person’s right to love whomever they wish to love.
    • Self Determination – We believe in the right of people to choose and be empowered to create their own destiny. 
    • Democracy – We believe in political representation, freedom, and equity, everyone has an equal voice in organizations and governance.
    • Collective Action – We believe there is a mighty power in people organizing together towards a common goal.
    • Volunteerism – We believe that giving of your own time, without compensation, towards the benefit of others and your community serves as its own reward. 
    • Non-violence – We believe in the use of peaceful action, without violence, to bring about political or social change.
    • Feminism – We believe in the social, economic and political equality of all genders; including women’s right to control their own bodies and the right to abortion. 
    • Yes We Can! – We always act with hope in the belief that what may seem unachievable can be accomplished.

Group Benefits

Comprehensive Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance

  • 75% of Medical premiums paid
  • Paid Life Insurance

401(k), Retirement Plan with Employer Match

Up to 2 weeks paid vacation

Internal learning and development programs

TO APPLY:

Send resume, cover letter and 3 references to humanresources@doloreshuerta.org

Type “Arts Camp Program Associate” in the subject line

The Dolores Huerta Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and strives to attract qualified applicants without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state and/or local law.

NOW HIRING: Arts Camp Director

NOW HIRING: Arts Camp Director

DHF Arts Camp Director Job Announcement

Position Title:            Arts Camp Director                          

FLSA Status:             Exempt

Location:                    Kern County

Reports to:                 Executive Director

Salary Range:            $65,000 – $75,000

The Organization:  The Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF) is a growing 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our mission is to inspire and organize communities to build volunteer organizations empowered to pursue social justice. DHF is based in Bakersfield, California. We organize in the counties of Tulare, Fresno, Kern, and the high desert area of Los Angeles County. We are seeking Student Success Mentors who are passionate about supporting this work.

Background

DHF will host a two-week performing arts camp for middle school and High School students (ages 13-17  years old) piloting July 23- August 5, 2023. The camp will include theater, spoken word, dance, creative media and visual art sessions. This free, residential camp will offer youth an opportunity to learn a variety of art forms directly from established artists engaged in movement building. Youth will be participating in 2 sessions each weekday (one pathway class and one elective), attend excursions and community service projects on the weekends, and perform in a culminating performance for the public.

Job Summary

The DHF Arts Camp Director will be responsible for overseeing planning, programming, and development of a two week art intensive summer camp for youth. This includes training, supervision and evaluation of program staff, coaches, and volunteers. This job is full time and requires year-round planning and preparation for the 2 week camp. DHF offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.

This position includes, but is not limited to, the following job responsibilities:

  • Articulates and represents DHFʻs history, philosophy and strategy in the arts, internally and externally, in their communications with staff, partners, and families.
  • Develop recruitment materials: application, award letter, welcome packet, orientation packet, etc.
  • Plan external and internal events for the camp participants (such as field trips and activities)
  • Oversee daily camp activities and create activity schedules.
  • Support the modification of activities for campers with diverse abilities.
  • Communicate with youth families as needed.
  • Ensure the wellbeing of campers; develop and implement safe practices and a healthy camp environment.
  • Oversee the management of participant data (online registration and electronic health records)
  • Coordinate camp programming with staff
  • Collaborate with HR Department to ensure timely implementation of onboarding, orientation, and resolving HR issues
  • Train, supervise and evaluate program staff, coaches, and volunteers.
  • Design professional development plans to cross train Coaches, Counselors, Peer Leads, Assistant Coaches, Wellness staff, and Support Counselors.
  • Budget and financial oversight and reporting
  • Create transportation plan for all regions
  • Create communication plan
  • Create an evaluation plan for program
  • Plan for camp scaling and expansion in future years

Requirements

  • Demonstrable experience as a camp director managing similarly structured camps or programs.
  • Extensive experience in planning and developing camp curriculum, as well as support the modification of activities when required.
  • Advanced ability to hire, train, and oversee camp employees, as well as ensuring the campers’ wellbeing.
  • Extensive experience in working with youth, as well as arranging camp accommodations, meals, supplies, and equipment.
  • Child Development background/knowledge
  • Demonstrated commitment to social justice
  • Experience managing budgets and monitoring expenses.
  • Proficiency in office software and Google suites, including MS Word, Excel, Outlook Express, and Powerpoint
  • In-depth knowledge of activity-related safety regulations, as well as health and sanitation requirements.
  • Ability to document processes and perform recordkeeping.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Expectation to be onsite at a minimum of 50% of the time (12 hours per day) and on call 24/7 from July 23- August 5, 2023.
  • Bilingual (Spanish and English) preferred

EDUCATION

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Arts, or a related field.
    • Combination of education and work experience with a minimum of 5 years experience in youth programming, arts education, programming and/or production.
  • K-12 Teaching experience preferred

Job Specific Competencies

  • Strategic Thinking: Possesses a broad understanding of organizational strategic planning, implementation and evaluation.
  • Leadership: Demonstrates understanding of a variety of leadership and management principles and practices.
  • Mission Focus: Possesses advanced knowledge and understanding of the challenges and opportunities relating to the mission of the organization.
  • Technical Skill:  Knowledge of graphic design and digital media; knowledge of arts community and education institutions; Extensive experience planning and organizing events and public programs.
  • Communication: Communicates clearly, both verbally and in writing.  Is an effective public speaker. Communicates effectively and professionally among all levels of the organization and the public.
  • Ethical Practice: Models the highest level of ethics, integrity, DHF values and social responsibility.
  • Relationship Management: Demonstrated experience working with staff at all levels in a collaborative environment; commitment and ability to promote and sustain positive workplace values and relationships
  • Interpersonal Skills: Ability to work well under-pressure, remain calm and controlled when faced with difficult situations.  Strives for immediate address.

Terms and Conditions of Employment

Employee will be subject to DHFs policies and procedures. PDHF offers a competitive benefits package

Organizational Competencies

  • Alignment with DHF values:  Understanding and appreciation of Dolores Huerta’s legacy and the farmworker’s movement is foundational to staff’s commitment to working with our diverse youth, families and communities. Demonstrates respect for and appreciation of social justice history, and community organizing culture, understanding its implication in one’s work, in fostering meaningful relationships, and in embracing the community served.
    • Social Justice – We strive to achieve equity of distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges in our society by dismantling systems of oppression, protecting Mother Earth, and building a true democracy that values human rights including a person’s right to love whomever they wish to love.
    • Self Determination – We believe in the right of people to choose and be empowered to create their own destiny. 
    • Democracy – We believe in political representation, freedom, and equity, everyone has an equal voice in organizations and governance.
    • Collective Action – We believe there is a mighty power in people organizing together towards a common goal.
    • Volunteerism – We believe that giving of your own time, without compensation, towards the benefit of others and your community serves as its own reward. 
    • Non-violence – We believe in the use of peaceful action, without violence, to bring about political or social change.

Group Benefits

Comprehensive Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance

  • 75% of Medical premiums paid
  • Paid Life Insurance

401(k), Retirement Plan with Employer Match

Up to 4 weeks of paid vacation

Internal learning and development programs

TO APPLY:

Send resume, cover letter and 3 references to humanresources@doloreshuerta.org

Type “Arts Camp Director” in the subject line

The Dolores Huerta Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and strives to attract qualified applicants without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state and/or local law.

MEDIA ADVISORY: CONGRESSIONAL HISPANIC CAUCUS TO HOST PRESS CONFERENCE WITH THE DOLORES HUERTA FOUNDATION AND LOCAL ADVOCACY ORGANIZATIONS AFTER FARMWORKERS POLICY ROUNDTABLE

MEDIA ADVISORY 

                                                                                                           June 21, 2022

Congressional Hispanic Caucus to Host Press Conference with the Dolores Huerta Foundation and Local Advocacy Organizations after Farmworkers Policy Roundtable 

WHAT: Press Conference Following Farmworkers Policy Roundtable

WHO: 

  • Congressional Hispanic Caucus Chair Raul Ruiz, M.D. 
  • Senator Alex Padilla 
  • Dolores Huerta, Dolores Huerta Foundation President, and United Farm Workers Cofounder 
  • Giev Kashkooli, United Farm Workers 2nd Vice President and Political/Legislative Director
  • Anissa Perez, Personal Story 
  • Additional speakers may be announced 

WHEN: Wednesday, June 22, 2022, at 11:30 a.m. EST

WHERE: House Triangle, U.S. Capitol

BACKGROUND: The Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) will meet with leading national and local advocates for farmworkers, including Dolores Huerta, President of the Dolores Huerta Foundation, on Wednesday, June 22. 

The policy roundtable is closed to the press, but following the discussion, at 11:30 a.m. EST, CHC Members, and national and local organizations will host a press conference to summarize their conversation and call for the passage of the Farm Workforce Modernization Act. 

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Media Contact:

Fabiola DeCaratachea

Director, Communications/Grants

Fdecaratachea@doloreshuerta.org

Help is Needed in Advocating for a Fair Map in the Redistricting Process for the Bakersfield City School District

Help is Needed in Advocating for a Fair Map in the Redistricting Process for the Bakersfield City School District

Dear DHF Supporter,

Vecinos Unidos Bakersfield Chapter invites you to support their community-led map for the Bakersfield City School District redistricting process. The map was developed in partnership with experienced demographer Jesus Garcia and is based on fair lines that consider equity indicators like: Voting Rights Act districts, COVID-19 impacts, and socioeconomic factors. 

We are asking for your support in providing a public comment to the Bakersfield City School District Board of trustees to support the redistricting map designed by parents and community members that represent their communities. 

How YOU Can Join:

ATTEND: Tuesday January 25, 2022 @ 6 p.m. PDT at 1300 Baker Street, Bakersfield, CA 93305 to submit your public comment in person. 

PUBLIC COMMENT TEMPLATE:

My name is ______ I am a parent/student/community leader/ staff, teacher, etc. I support the Vecinos Unidos map. This map will allow for an equitable representation and opportunity for my community to elect leaders of their choice and bring resources to our students. Selecting a community map will be essential for the next 10 years. (Provide an example where you reside and the resources/ changes you hope to achieve)

Thank you for your support and dedication to these redistricting efforts!

DOLORES HUERTA FOUNDATION IN PARTNERSHIP WITH HAZMAT TO HOST PRESS CONFERENCE AND COMMUNITY VIGIL ON THE ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE JAN. 6TH CAPITOL RIOT

DOLORES HUERTA FOUNDATION IN PARTNERSHIP WITH HAZMAT TO HOST PRESS CONFERENCE AND COMMUNITY VIGIL ON THE ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE JAN. 6TH CAPITOL RIOT

Who: Dolores Huerta Foundation along with HAZMAT America and local Bakersfield, CA activists 
When: TOMORROW, Thursday, Jan 6, 4-6pm PT
Where: 4100 Empire Dr, Bakersfield, CA 93309, right outside Kevin McCarthy’s office
What: Press Conference followed by a community vigil to CALL OUT Kevin McCarthy and DEMAND accountability, as part of the nationwide January 6 Vigil for Democracy Day of Action. The day will start with a press conference outside McCarthy’s office featuring the Sedition Petition billboard truck to make our message heard all across McCarthy’s district. Mobilize link here.

Masks and social distancing will be required. DHF encourages only those fully vaccinated to attend. January 6 was a violent and deadly attack against all Americans – against our country, our democracy, and our freedom as voters to choose the leaders that represent us so that we have a government of, by, and for the people. One year later, the same faction that attacked our country on January 6th is hard at work silencing our voices by restricting our freedom to vote, attacking fair voting districts, and quietly preparing future attempts to sabotage free and fair elections and with it our democracy.

Masks and social distancing will be required. DHF encourages only those fully vaccinated to attend. January 6 was a violent and deadly attack against all Americans – against our country, our democracy, and our freedom as voters to choose the leaders that represent us so that we have a government of, by, and for the people. One year later, the same faction that attacked our country on January 6th is hard at work silencing our voices by restricting our freedom to vote, attacking fair voting districts, and quietly preparing future attempts to sabotage free and fair elections and with it our democracy. This January 6, exactly one year later, Americans across race, place, party, and background are holding candlelight vigils to say: In America, the voters decide the outcome of elections. The promise of democracy is not a partisan issue but a calling that unites us as Americans. To prevent this kind of attack from happening again, our elected leaders must pass urgent legislation that will protect this country from anti-democratic forces who are continuing their efforts to destroy it. Coming together, we can prevent another January 6th attack and realize the promise of democracy for all of us – no matter our color, zip code, or income – so we all have an equal say in the decisions that shape our daily lives and futures. Have accessibility questions? Reply to your registration email to confirm your requirements or request more information.

This January 6, exactly one year later, Americans across race, place, party, and background are holding candlelight vigils to say: In America, the voters decide the outcome of elections. The promise of democracy is not a partisan issue but a calling that unites us as Americans. To prevent this kind of attack from happening again, our elected leaders must pass urgent legislation that will protect this country from anti-democratic forces who are continuing their efforts to destroy it. Coming together, we can prevent another January 6th attack and realize the promise of democracy for all of us – no matter our color, zip code, or income – so we all have an equal say in the decisions that shape our daily lives and futures. Have accessibility questions? Reply to your registration email to confirm your requirements or request more information.

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