Campaigns: Past & Present
Explore our campaigns.
2023: Young Voters Project
In 2021, Project 9 spun out The Young Voters Project, a youth-led political strategy task force that optimizes campaign strategy in order to engage young voters with state and local elections. In simplest terms, the Young Voters Project amplifies youth voices during the election process. The Young Voters Project has worked with campaigns running for congress, district attorney, mayor, and more. In 2023, we re-launched the campaign, reconceptualizing and developing our approach to campaign strategy.
2022: Roe Task Force & Global Summit
In 2022, in the wake of Roe v. Wade's reversal, Project 9 launched the Roe Task Force in partnership with women's policy organization Leveled Legislation. The national advocacy team is focused on mobilizing and organizing around reproductive justice, engaging in grassroots, on-the-ground reproductive rights advocacy.
Notably, the Task Force championed the creation and launch of the Roe Resource Center, a comprehensive guide offering reproductive justice advocacy opportunities in 50 states + D.C. The guide includes in-person and virtual events, donation opportunities, strikes, and more.
The Task Force also organized the #RoeAndMe Global Reproductive Justice Summit. The Summit brought together leading feminist thinkers, activists, legislators, and changemakers worldwide to open a global dialogue on the past, present, and future of reproductive advocacy. Speakers included Congresswoman Barbara Lee, Founder of The Conversationalist Sophie Beren, Global Human Rights Activist Maha Mamo, and more.
2021: National Climate Strike Week
Project 9 hosted nationwide protests calling for climate action during Earth Week 2021 (April 19-24). Project 9 members around the country registered strikes and fought for comprehensive climate action. Most notably, the Massachusetts and California Project 9 branches organized fantastic climate strikes. Representative Tami Gouveia (14th Middlesex District) attended and spoke at the Massachusetts strike. Massachusetts strikers urged their legislators and local elected officials to co-sponsor and fight for 5 critical pieces of climate legislation, including S.9: an act creating a next-generation roadmap for Massachusetts climate policy. S.9 was signed into law.