Why you REALLY need to take the Census

Every 10 years, people from across the country knock on the doors of millions of residents as part of the U.S. Census. While this aspect of the census may look different in the current climate, the Census remains one of the most important forms of civic engagement and it has a greater impact on you than you might have previously thought. 

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10 tips for working remotely from our remote team

If you’re one of the many people who have just made the switch to working from home, you’re probably still adjusting to your new, unique work situation. Check out these tips from our very own IGNITE experts. We’re a national team that’s been working remotely together for years and have some tips to make working from home work for you.

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Call to action: Be a Virtual Advocate!

We can and will continue to uplift and empower women and girls through policies that advance gender equity, even in this constantly changing world.

It's time to join IGNITE as we take our legislative advocacy online!

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Fellow Spotlight: Mary Black

“If you want to grow with others who support your personal and professional growth, and be part of an organization that’s changing the face of democracy, apply to be an IGNITE Fellow. Whether you want to be an environmentalist, or an activist, or an event planner, IGNITE will empower you to pursue these interests. IGNITE is right for so many different types of young women.” - Mary Black, IGNITE Fellow, North Carolina

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Press Release: Gen Z Women, Anticipated to Flex Political Muscle in 2020 Election, Will Shift Our Politics Leftward

San Francisco (CA) -- Research released by IGNITE, a national nonprofit that promotes political and civic engagement among Gen Z and Millennial women, reveals that the political views of Gen Z shows a vast gender divide that will have significant implications for the 2020 election. The research shows that for the first time in American history, women of the Gen Z generation will surpass their male peers in terms of political engagement. Given their left-leaning tendencies and share of the voting block, Gen Z women will likely not just impact the 2020 election results, but are poised to shape the future direction of American politics in a progressive direction.

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Young Women Run Texas: Women & the Republican Party

Nationally there are dramatically fewer Republican women in Congress. But in Texas, there are more Republican women running for office than ever before.

At Young Women Run Texas on Saturday, February 22, 2020, hear from a panel of candidates and politicians as to why we need women on both sides of the aisle and what we can do to make that happen at the local, state and federal level.

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Judge Sasha Moreno to Keynote Young Women Run Texas

IGNITE is pleased to announce that Judge Sasha Moreno will be keynoting the annual Young Women Run Texas conference on February 22, 2020. 

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Make history. Work on a campaign.

It’s 2020! If getting involved in politics through campaign work is your new years' resolution, I’ve got the guide for you! 

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Campaign Work: YOU belong here

Let's make 2020 the year we break records for the number of women serving in elected office! By volunteering or working on a campaign, YOU can play a major role in electing more women. IGNITE alumna Emily Kaplan has rounded up some tips from her time working on campaigns to inspire you.

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Rep. Donna McLeod to Keynote Young Women Run Atlanta

IGNITE is thrilled to share that Representative Donna McLeod, Georgia Representative for the 105th District, will keynote Young Women Run Atlanta 2020

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