In 2022, Unstoppable Voters worked with 39 organizations across the country on dozens of creative campaigns, all focused on mobilizing voters and protecting our fundamental freedoms. We supported huge wins and learned a lot about what works — and now we want to share our key takeaways with you!
On February 9 from 1-2pm ET, join us for a special online event in which we’ll share key takeaways about what really works in voting activism and hear directly from leaders in the field.
Don’t miss this chance to learn how to revolutionize your civic engagement work — register here.
Six Key Takeaways from Unstoppable Voters 2022
Want a taste of what we’ll be covering at the event? Watch the video below for a quick overview:
Want to work with us to incorporate these ideas into your 2023 pro-voter campaigns?
Apply for our Unstoppable Voters Fellowship! Our unique Fellowship is an amazing opportunity for voting activists to revolutionize their work through training, mentorship, community, and support. Applications are open through March 1.
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The Utopia Project
In or near Washington, DC? Get creative inspiration in droves by visiting our special Smithsonian exhibit, The Utopia Project! The Utopia Project deconstructs the reasons why social change happens. This interactive gallery is a space to learn the art of activism and to unlock the creativity in each of us to transform our world.
Through a series of experiential activities, visitors first learn to tap into the issues they care about and then envision their own version of a utopia in an immersive “Dream Space.” Visitors are asked to imagine, with all obstacles removed, a world beyond the problem at hand to the awe-inspiring end goal. With that image of success in mind, they discover the research-informed tactics that have most often led to measurable social change. Last is the maker space — where dreams become actions. With everything from cardboard and tape to Legos and whiteboards, visitors are invited to prototype their ideas for making a better world.
The Utopia Project is on view through March 1 at the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum located at 1901 Fort Place, SE, in Washington, DC.
What is Unstoppable Voters?
Through the Center for Artistic Activism’s expansive Unstoppable Voters program, we support creatively risk-taking, strategic, ambitious organizations, people, and projects that address urgent and specific anti-voter attacks. We provide training and community building for individuals and groups who are passionate about protecting the freedom to vote and bringing the needed innovation to that fight. And we provide funding and support to help manifest that innovation and bring real, measurable impact. To date, we’ve helped over 80 organizations and over 900 individual activists, artists, and everyone in between make voting accessible, safe, joyful, powerful, and irresistible.