Connect with your neighbors.
Build block power.
There are 14 cities where Black voter turnout can determine the balance of power at the national, state, and local levels. Starting in Durham this year, we want to demonstrate that data-driven, hyper-local community organizing around neighborhood issues can be a game changer. We're motivated by the belief that civically engaged block residents can build power and increase voter turnout by developing relationships with their non-voting neighbors.
Click the Block Teams and Support Volunteers tabs above to learn how to get involved.