We are a New York City based , Youth-led organizaton dedicated to amplifying the voice of young people of all gender identities and ages through creativity. We are separated into 4 departments in order to help each member have their voice heard in the way that best suits them.
Apply to join one of the first teen-led, Bronx-based magazines, Journals of Color. They release monthly issues surrounding heavy topics that seeks to inform a global audience on what being from the Bronx really means.
Volunteering with Homoglobin connects you with other high school and college-aged young people across New York passionate about getting blood equity, accessible healthcare, and inclusive LGBTQ+ education to the forefront of our state's policy agenda
BLM Grassroots is a collective of chapters building a supply of resources and training. Through Grassroots, BLM will offer aligned organizations political education, skills training, strategic planning support, and organizing support for Black liberation.
Leads efforts to spread the word about our coalition, organizes local lobby meetings and events, increases local participation at events, and in our campaigns. serves as an ambassador for NY^2CL in their region, hosts regular check-in calls with their region members, and actively recruit new members
National Action Network builds pipelines, which is essential to the perpetuity of the movement. With 106 chapters across the nation, our youth and college division believes it’s important for that same opportunity and energy to be paralleled with our youth and young leaders through EXPANSION, SUSTAINABILITY AND DEVELOPMENT.
The organizing committee is a group of passionate youth activist that meets twice a week to work on campaigns for the growth of our communities: The protect Flushing Trail focused on affordable housing and the mutual Aid Trail focused on Distributing and providing resources to the Flushing Community OC members will have the opportunity to take direct and tangible action on social issues participating in Hands-On activism
A National Agenda For Black Girls focuses on national policy priorities that have been informed by the experiences and self-identified needs of Black girls across the United States.A National Agenda For Black Girls Youth Steering Committee is expanding to 100 youth activists from across the country. All Black girls and gender-expansive youth of color ages 16-24 are welcome to apply
The SJA initiative grows out of UJC’s decades-long history of incubating and supporting organizations that stand with marginalized communities, fight for inclusive communities, and push for transformative system-level change. Fueled by this history, the SJA invests in individuals and organizations at the forefront of social change by providing the support and resources to help them develop and scale early-stage social justice initiatives.
Calling all activists in the NYC area!🗣We’re looking for organizers to join our team— no is experience necessary! Our current projects include a presentation series on anti-capitalism and endorsements for the 2021 city council race
As a Finance/Fundraising member, you will be expected to reach out to potential sponsors and donors. Set up and manage online donation and fundraising efforts. Also create fundraising ideas, such as different events or opportunities that allow the COI community to garner funds for upcoming projects.