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In Michigan, Michigan Voices and their partners have been engaging communities across the state for the right to reproductive health care and bodily autonomy.

August 24, 2022

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In Alabama, Alabama Forward captured the unique history and experiences of southern community organizing in their original album titled Caregiver Road Trip.

June 24, 2022

“So figuring out how to build new identity spaces for people in Alabama or from Alabama who have pro-democracy values, that’s something that we’re leaning into with music, with art, with organizing and with funding, with litigation when necessary, with really everything that we can to try to get more people involved in this conversation.” – Evan Milligan, Executive Director of Alabama Forward

In Ohio, Ohio Voice hired a new Comms Manager with funding, training, and support provided by Project Power Up, and have since increased the press and media outreach of the coalition and their partners by 200%!

June 24, 2022

“Hiring communications and development staff has been on our to-do list for years, but we just didn’t have the confidence to add to our operating budget without a multi-year commitment. Project Power Up is allowing us to fill two big gaps that will ensure we can more effectively and frequently reach a larger audience and move more resources to our partners building power toward progressive governance.” — Gavin DeVore Leonard, Executive Director of Ohio Voice

In 2021, State Voices regranted more than $5M to support redistricting education, voting rights, organizational capacity, and technology–resulting in a 454% increase in regrant totals compared to past off-year cycles.

June 24, 2022

“Money on its own does not make movements, it takes ideas and organizing and people to build the future.” — Alexis Anderson-Reed, Executive Director of State Voices