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Voting Rights

November 5, 2017 | Roosevelt House, NY

Voting Rights

November 5, 2017 | Roosevelt House, NY

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Immigration

December 10, 2017 | Roosevelt House, NY

Immigration

December 10, 2017 | Roosevelt House, NY

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Press

January 21,2018 | Roosevelt House, NY

Press

January 21,2018 | Roosevelt House, NY

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Infrastructure

February 4, 2018 | Roosevelt House, NY

Infrastructure

February 4, 2018 | Roosevelt House, NY

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Gentrification and Affordable Housing

March 4, 2018 | Roosevelt House, NY

Gentrification and Affordable Housing

March 4, 2018 | Roosevelt House, NY

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Freedom of Expression

April 15, 2018| Roosevelt House, NY

Freedom of Expression

April 15, 2018 | Roosevelt House, NY

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We've merged!

As of Aug 2018, Civics Unplugged has merged with Next Generation Politics and will be changing our name and migrating to https://nextgenpolitics.org/ . Next Gen Politics is a student-created, student-led organization that fosters civic engagement and promotes a culture of collaboration and cross-partisanship within Generation Z. Given the alignment in our missions, and the range and reach of Next Gen's 15+ chapters, we are enthusiastic to join forces.

Our mission remains the same: to equip young people to understand their rights, roles, and responsibilities and strengthen their ability to engage with people from different backgrounds, appreciate multiple perspectives, and foster civic discourse. This merger will enable our Civic Fellows in New York to be in dialogue, and develop relationships, with teens from other regions who have very different lived experiences, exposing all to a broader range of perspectives and politics.

In response to the deeply divisive time we are living in, the palpable threats to democracy and civil society, and the power and potential of young people to create change, we are thrilled to support teens in expanding their civic capacity and commitment. We look forward to continuing to build this movement with you!