About Project Activation
Our vision is to ensure all Black Americans are politically literate and as an organization, address the lack of accountability for abuses of power in America. Specifically, in how Black people are afforded justice in this country by the police and the judicial system.
Black women are the pulse of the Black community. Our nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (application for 501(c)3 status has been accepted and is pending) was created for, founded by, and is led by Black women leveraging our collective voices, talents and resources to impact the initiatives and legislation critical to protecting the civil rights unique to us in community policing and, voter suppression.
Based in Houston, Texas, our national initiative was founded in May of 2020 by a team of Black women business, leaders, and education professionals from across industries who shared a common vision to protect the civil rights of Black Americans. Our organization has grown exponentially since our launch as more people get on board with a strong desire to activate the voices, the intellect, and the passion of voter education and civil rights reform across our country.
Our services encompass an array of actions and projects centered on voter activation and political competency education, including but not limited to opposing voter suppression. We also work to educate, engage, and empower the broader Black community by addressing issues surrounding policing and, how Black people are afforded justice in this country.
Our activism is rooted in our power as Black women to make a difference in our communities. With boots on the ground, this group of Black women and their allies from across America WILL be heard and affect change.
Project Activation is a national collective of Black women leaders from all walks of life and their allies who advocate for civil rights reform, voter education and political literacy. Our nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization was created for, founded by, and is led by Black women leveraging our voices, talents and resources to impact the initiatives and legislation critical to protecting the civil rights unique to us in community policing and voter suppression.