Awards & Recognitions
- 2014 Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient (Awarded to Andrew Goodman, James Chaney, and Michael Schwerner posthumously)
- 2016 Morgan Stanley U.S. Strategy Challenge Winner
- Newman Civic Fellowships (15 Andrew Goodman Ambassadors)
- Truman Scholar (1 Andrew Goodman Ambassador)
- Fulbright Scholars (4 Andrew Goodman Ambassadors)
News & Press
- Vote To Remove the Knees On Our Necks
- College Campuses: the Decisive Election Battlegrounds to Watch in 2020
- Lawsuits aim to ease rules limiting Wisconsin college voters
- American Police Reform Needs Real, Lasting Support From White Allies
- Covid-19 Changed How We Vote. It Could Also Change Who Votes.
- George Floyd’s killing resurrects nightmares for families of civil rights martyrs
- Campus given ‘Elite Leader’ status by Andrew Goodman Foundation
- Rock the Vote launches virtual summer initiative to register 200,000 voters
- Binghamton University designated Elite Leader Campus by Goodman Foundation
- Voter Outreach through USFVotes
Press Releases & Statements
- March On, Future Coalition, Headcount, National Vote At Home Institute, and The Andrew Goodman Foundation Announce “Vote Safe 2020 Live,” A Virtual Movement To Protect The Vote This November
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation’s Statement on the Georgia Primaries
- Justice Department Must Investigate Murders of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd
- 400+ Civil Rights Organizations Urge Congressional Action on Police Violence
- 101 Civil Rights Groups Call for Robust Funding for U.S. Postal Service
- Congress Must Protect Most Vulnerable Communities in COVID-19 Response
- Congress Must Provide $4 Billion To Ensure That No Voter Is Left Out
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation’s Statement on the Wisconsin Primaries
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation’s Statement on Postponing Wisconsin Primary Election
Blogs & Stories
- Civics for Citizens: Voting at Home Using Vote-by-Mail and Absentee Voting
- On the Frontlines of Democracy
- Andrew Goodman Vote Everywhere Promising Practices: Building a Coalition
- 3 Easy Ways to Support AGF on #GivingTuesdayNow
- Maryland Ambassadors Testify in Support of 2020 Student Voter Empowerment Act
- Taking Voter Engagement Online: How Georgetown University Institutionalized my.VoteEverywhere
- Four Ways to Engage Your Campus About the 2020 Census
- Remembering Perry Rosenstein
- Who Will Run Georgia State University’s Early Polling Location? For the First Time Ever, It Was Students.
- Andrew Goodman Vote Everywhere Promising Practices: Engaging the Board of Elections
Who is Andrew Goodman?
Andrew (Andy) Goodman was a Freedom Summer volunteer, who traveled to Mississippi in 1964 to register Black Americans to vote. On his first day, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Andy and two other civil rights workers, James Chaney and Michael Schwerner.
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Where is The Andrew Goodman Foundation located?
The Andrew Goodman Foundation’s main office is located in Upper Saddle River, NJ. Our office supports programming on 80 campuses in 25 states and Washington D.C.
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Does The Andrew Goodman Foundation support a political party?
The Andrew Goodman Foundation is a 501c3 non-partisan organization. Our focus is to continue Andy’s legacy by advocating for equal voting rights for all Americans, no matter their political affiliation.
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How are donations to The Andrew Goodman Foundation used?
All donations received by The Andrew Goodman Foundation directly support our programs.
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How can I get involved with The Andrew Goodman Foundation?
Getting involved with The Andrew Goodman Foundation is easy. Click here to provide us with more information about your interests.
How can my college or university become involved with Andrew Goodman Vote Everywhere?
Are you interested in bringing Andrew Goodman Vote Everywhere to your school? Send an email to email@example.com.
Who should I contact for media inquiries?
For media inquiries please contact our Communications Director Justyna Krygowska via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (201) 995-1808 ext. 19.