Awards & Recognitions
- 2014 Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient (Awarded to Andrew Goodman posthumously)
- Newman Civic Fellowships (7 VE Ambassadors)
- Truman Scholar (1 VE Ambassador)
- Fulbright Scholars (2 VE Ambassadors)
- More VE Ambassador Awards
- 2016 Morgan Stanley U.S. Strategy Challenge Winner
News & Press
- Stony Brook Student Honored with Hidden Hero Award
- Tennessee Voting Rights Activists Fight New Registration Restrictions
- Are we becoming the America that allowed the Freedom Summer Tragedy?
- Groups seek to block Tennessee voter signup penalties law
- Tennessee Made It Harder to Register Voters. Activists Consider What’s Next.
- Early Voting On Campus Boost Youth, Minority Turnout, But Battle Brews Over Parking
- Civil Rights and Public Interest Groups Urge Tech Companies to Enact Meaningful Changes
- Why Aren’t 2020 Hopefuls Talking About Election Security
Press Releases & Statements
- Federal Court Blocks Tennessee Law That Restricts Voter Registration Efforts
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation Statement on U.S. District Court Judge Trauger’s Decision to Grant a Preliminary Injunction Against Tennessee’s Voter Suppression Law Set to Take Effect on October 1st
- Federal Court Denies Tennessee Motion to Dismiss Lawsuit Challenging Voter Registration Law
- Leading Civil Rights Organizations File a Motion for a Preliminary Injunction to Prevent the State of Tennessee from Implementing an Anti-Democratic Voter Suppression Law
- New Report Shows That Expanding Early Voting Sites to College and University Campuses in Florida Substantially Increased Youth Voter Turnout in the 2018 Election
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation Condemns President Trump’s Racist Remarks
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation, Florida College Students, and the Florida League of Women Voters Take Further Legal Action Against a Florida Law Aimed at Preventing Early Voting on College and University Campuses
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation to Honor Five “Hidden Heroes” for Their Commitment to Protecting and Expanding Democracy in Their Communities
- The Andrew Goodman Foundation to Host Fifth Annual National Civic Leadership Training Summit at Montclair State University
- Census 2020: What Is Prison Gerrymandering?
- Vote Everywhere Promising Practices: Institutionalizing Voter Registration in the Classroom
- Indivisible: How to Bring the #MeToo Movement to Your College Campus
- Participants Reflect on the 2019 National Civic Leadership Training Summit
- Living the Legacy of Goodman, Chaney, and Schwerner 55 Years Later
- The Consequences of Gerrymandering on the Student Vote
- Barriers to Student Voting: A Voting Rights Round-Up
- #LivetheLegacy this Social Work Month
Who is Andrew Goodman?
Andrew (Andy) Goodman was a Freedom Summer volunteer, who travelled to Mississippi in 1964 to register African 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 59 campuses within 24 states and Washington D.C.
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Does The Andrew Goodman Foundation support a political party?
The Andrew Goodman Foundation is a 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 school become a Vote Everywhere partner?
Are you interested in bringing 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.