Start a New Chapter
RFK Young Leaders chapters are led by students. Throughout the year, they host programs and events to educate their peers about human rights, advance social justice at their schools, and provide opportunities for connection and partnership. Here’s how to start a chapter at your school.
Young Leaders Chapter Application
Apply now to start a new Young Leaders chapter on your campus!
Young people will determine the fate of this year’s election. On Wednesday, September 30 at 2 pm EDT, join RFK Young Leaders and @netimpact for a conversation on how you can get involved with #GOTV efforts. https://t.co/3qgINyAgFn pic.twitter.com/b1xV3tl2Qi— RFK Human Rights (@RFKHumanRights) September 25, 2020
Friends don’t let friends miss the #2020Election - take it from our RFK Young Leaders. Check your registration with @votedotorg today, make your mail-in ballot count, and #GOTV: https://t.co/E2t7gZGUNc pic.twitter.com/quTy9RLxeD— RFK Human Rights (@RFKHumanRights) October 1, 2020
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We're celebrating our Young Leader, @msdcarter today! As a trans woman and producer, Daniella is working to create more space and opportunities for artists of color:https://t.co/B8tmiKoHHC
THREAD: Each school year, young leaders are asked to focus on an issue they believe is most pertinent to their community. This year we decided to focus on criminal justice reform.— RFK Young Leaders (@RFKYL_TXST) November 5, 2019
This past Sunday we got together with students from the Progressive Student Coalition and marched in support of cite & release. A city ordinance implementing cite & release will be voted on by the San Marcos City Council on November 19th. pic.twitter.com/pkMTKhWOra— RFK Young Leaders (@RFKYL_TXST) November 5, 2019
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