The Andrew Goodman Foundation Attacks Voter Suppression in the State of Wisconsin

In November 2019, the Andrew Goodman Foundation (AGF) sued the Wisconsin Elections Commission in Federal Court on the premise that the laws preventing college students from using their student IDs as valid identification for voting, prohibit their rights to vote. AGF, a nonpartisan nonprofit which works to improve civic engagement on 59 college campuses across the United States, filed the lawsuit in federal court to protect the rights of students to vote in accordance with the 26th Amendment, which states that the right of U.S. citizens 18 years old or older to vote cannot be denied based on age.

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TDG launched a comprehensive media strategy to incorporate hyper local media with national coverage, and bring attention to the ongoing voter suppression of students and other marginalized communities in Wisconsin.

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Passaic County CASA Executive Director Erica Fischer-Kaslander’s Addresses How the Opioid Crisis Affects Children in Foster Care

Passaic County CASA is seeing an increase of very young children in foster care due to the opioid crisis. The organization, which exists to recruit, train and support volunteer advocates for children in foster care, wanted to raise attention to their latest challenge, while reminding the public of the need for more advocates. On December 18, not only was PC CASA featured on NJTV, but Executive Director Erica Fischer-Kaslander’s op ed was published in the Star Ledger—the state’s largest newspaper.

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