The Athletes For Impact Vision
Athletes for Impact is a groundbreaking, non-partisan effort to connect athletes with young people and effect change through their collective voting power. By leveraging the influence of prominent athletes, and connecting them with grassroots efforts, Athletes for Impact will educate and encourage people of all backgrounds to engage in collective social action.
Understand The Issues
Your vote can directly have an effect on how these issues are addressed on a national, state, and local level.
With the advent of camera phones, excessive and sometimes lethal force against Black Americans is being documented and presented to the public in new and horrifying ways.
When President Obama took office in 2009, America was in the worst recession since the Great Depression. Today, young people are still have an extremely difficult time finding jobs.
The human and financial toll of gun violence is immeasurable. Every single day, 34 people are murdered in the United States. That equates to 33,000 lives that are claimed every year because of gun violence.
LGBTQ & Equal Rights
In 2015, the Supreme Court made marriage equality the law of the land in all 50 states. But targeted violence and the ongoing fight over transgender rights has proved that the battle is far from over.
With more than a quarter of students failing to graduate high school and less than 25% being ready to attend a college or university, education is one of the foremost civil rights issues of our time.
Climate change has been a pressing issue for decades with President Obama attempting to make headway in the United States by joining many other countries around the world to tackle this issue.
Today, 11M undocumented immigrants have no pathway to citizenship. Reforming this system would reduce the federal deficit by $897B over 20 years and create 3M jobs by 2024.
With 1 in every 4 adults having a criminal record and prisons costs skyrocketing, mass incarceration has become mainstream. Today, there are more jails in the U.S. than colleges and universities.