• Bold Action Projects

    Leadership is an action and movement building leadership comes from Bold Action. Bold Action projects are led and executed by community leaders with the support of experienced community organizers. Action projects are rooted in inspiring and creating political and cultural change. Learn about our current & open projects to get involved.

    Rapid Response Leadership Team

    Love, Protect, Organize Campaign | Project In Progress

    Purpose: Share info, act quickly, and build community power among select undocumented leaders and allies. The rapid response team consist of 9 diverse members who connect weekly.

     

    Impact: Rapid response leaders empower themselves and those around them in various ways; some have spoken and attended rallies, expanded resources to Asian and PI communities, assisted in creating safety plans, shared vital information and so much more.

    Undocu Ally Training: UW Bothell

    Love, Protect, Organize Campaign | Project In Progress

    Purpose: Train emerging young leaders on 21 Progress' undocu ally curriculum and provide support to increase awareness and allyship among higher ed teachers and administrators.

     

    Partners: UW Bothell Undocu Student Coalition

    Border Door Art Exhibit

    Love, Protect, Organize Campaign | Project In Progress

    Purpose: As part of a door campaign at the Cascadia Community College we were able to showcase our vision of immigrant experiences in the form of art!

     

    Partners: Cascadia Community College

    Txt4Justice Worker Campaign

    Worker Justice | Open Project (taking volunteers!)

    Purpose: How can mobile text messaging empower and give voice to workers across Washington State? Help us answer this question and empower workers.

     

    Minimum Commitment: 6 months, ~10 hrs per month

     

    Growth Opportunity: Be on the cutting edge of technology and community empowerment.

    The Hustle: Young Worker Story Project

    Worker Justice | Open Project (taking volunteers!)

    Purpose: Young people of color know about the hustle- it's the only way we get things done between our school, bills, family, and our dreams. But how does the hustle really play out in our lives? This project seeks to answer that question and more through courageous conversations with young workers.

     

    Minimum Commitment: 6 months, 10-15 hrs per month 

     

    Growth Opportunity: connect with the worker community while practicing the power of storytelling.

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