Julia Sosa shared the Right Question Institute’s “Why Vote?” Tool with parents in Los Angeles. Here, she discusses how she used the tool and what it meant to parents in her community.
The Right Question Institute’s “Why Vote?” Tool helped tutors and adult learners in Literacy Works’ network have authentic conversations about the value of voting. They discussed “big issues on their own terms.”
Colorado's Community Resource Center "reaches those individuals that are often missed and do not have a voice at the table." The organization used the Right Question Institute's "Why Vote?" Tool to "engage more deeply with communities about voting and civic engagement."
The Right Question Institute's co-director, Luz Santana, shares personal reflections about the struggles people are facing today, their connection to voting, and her own experiences navigating big, public systems.
The program associate will be part of a team that builds people's ability to ask questions and participate effectively in democracy.