We are no longer accepting applications for the upcoming 2023 class of the RESULTS Advocacy & Organizing Fellowship.
The roots of poverty and systemic oppression are inextricably linked. Our movement seeks to be representative of voices from people of all backgrounds, people who are currently experiencing poverty, or people from communities who historically have been marginalized by oppression.
If you are interested, please submit an application by November 30, 2022 and read our RESULTS Fellowship Overview and Application Guide for more details! We look forward to hearing from you.
This fall Senator Sinema has been in the national headlines almost daily as Congress debates the essential recovery package. Her office is getting inundated with calls from lobbyists and activists and journalists from every part of the country. So the first time I met with her staff, I was incredibly nervous, wondering how I was even qualified.
The first time I met with a congressional office, I was sitting in my car in the parking lot outside a busy coffee shop and feeling nervous. A few members of my RESULTS group and I were meeting virtually with our senator’s staff, and it was a little overwhelming not knowing what to expect.
Some kids look forward to their birthdays, or holidays. When I was young, my brother and I looked forward to tax time.
A little under four years ago, my children and I were facing homelessness. I was in an abusive relationship that was threatening my life. I had to get out.
We caught up with Jericho during the REAL Change Policy Summit as he buzzed around Capitol Hill between meetings with congressional offices.
The day that Rachel Azanleko-Akouete’s letter-to-the-editor was published in her local newspaper, she forwarded the link to her congressman’s office.