Awards & Recognitions
- 2014 Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient (Awarded to Andrew Goodman, James Earl Chaney, and Michael Schwerner posthumously)
- 2016 Morgan Stanley U.S. Strategy Challenge Winner
- 2020 SLSV Award for Contributing to an Equitable Democracy
News & Press
- 200+ Groups Call On Congress To Pass The Freedom To Vote Act
- VIEWPOINT: Maintain Consistent Civic Engagement
- UA Student Leaders Want Classes Cut On Federal Election Days
- Colleges And Local Organizations To Encourage Alabamians To Register To Vote Tomorrow
- Miami Police Chief + FIU Bridge + Voter Registration Day
- NY Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Allowing Polling Site At Bard College
- Best Colleges For Student Voting
- UA Students Can Vote To Make Election Day A Campus Holiday
- Open Letter | Election Day Should Be A Campus Holiday
- SGA Moves to Recognize Election Day As UA Holiday
Press Releases & Statements
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation’s Statement On The Filibuster Of The Freedom To Vote Act
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation’s Statement On The Passage Of HR4
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation’s Statement On The Passing Of Bob Moses
- U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar, Julian Castro, And Other Community Leaders Discuss Youth Voting Rights At The Andrew Goodman Foundation’s Seventh Annual National Civic Leadership Training Summit Commemorating The 26th Amendment
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation’s Statement On The Filibuster Of The For The People Act
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation Condemns Florida’s New Anti-Voter Law
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation’s Statement On Guilty Verdict In Chauvin Case
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation’s Statement On Governor Phil Murphy’s Signing Of Early In-Person Voting
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation Condemns Georgia’s Racist Voter Suppression Law
- Full Promise Of Twenty-Sixth Amendment Remains Unfilled 50 Years Later
Blogs & Stories
- Civics For Change: The For The People Act v. The Freedom To Vote Act
- Civics For Change: Redistricting 101
- Rise Up + Replay: Recapping The 2021 Rise Up Weekend
- Celebrating The First Year Of The Andrew Goodman HBCU Cohort
- Spring 2021 Roundup: Andrew Goodman Vote Everywhere’s Semester Highlights
- Why I Rise Up: Sadia Saba
- From Systematically Silenced To Outright Ignored, It’s Time To Respect The AAPI Voice
- Why I Rise Up: Jeffrey Clemmons
- Civics For Change: The Voting Rights Act Of 1965 & The Fight For Voting Rights
- Civics For Change: Mythbusting The Filibuster
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 Earl Chaney and Michael Schwerner.
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Where is The Andrew Goodman Foundation located?
The Andrew Goodman Foundation staff is located all across the country and supports programming on 91 campuses in 26 states and Washington D.C.
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Does The Andrew Goodman Foundation support a political party?
The Andrew Goodman Foundation is a 501(c)3 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?
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Who should I contact for media inquiries?
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