Freedom Sunday

Freedom Sunday

The Freedom Sunday Coalition is a national non-partisan faith-based civic engagement coalition of African-American faith leaders dedicated to year-round voter registration, education and mobilization on issues of importance to communities of color.

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People for the American Way Foundation


The African American Ministers Leadership Council (AAMLC) is a project of People For the American Way Foundation, a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that celebrates the historical role of the Black Church as a place of refuge and a source of strength in the midst of oppression.

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The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.
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Below is a list of organizations to partner with for local events around Voting Rights. They have been long-time champions for informing and empowering communities around voting rights, voter protection, civil and human rights issues.

The Advancement Project –

NAACP Legal Defense Fund –

American Civil Liberties Union –

Common Cause –

Demos –

Fair Elections Legal Network –

Hip Hop Caucus –

Human Rights Campaign –

League of Women’s Voters –

Sentencing Project – State Felony Enfranchisement Laws

ACLU – Voting Rights

National Bar Association –

National Action Network–

Project Vote –

Rainbow Push Coalition –


People for the American Way –

Black and Brown People Vote –

National Coalition on Black Civic Participation –

The National Lawyers Committee on Civil Rights –

Leadership Conference on Civil Rights –