May Civic Education Newsletter

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MAY 2020

Leading Through A Crisis

As we did in our last month’s newsletter, this month we continue to highlight young people across the world who are doing well beyond their part to cultivate hope and solidarity.

A U S T I N, T X

University Leadership Initiative, the undocumented-student group based at the University of Texas at Austin, has been independently fundraising money to give back to other undocumented students, families, and community members. ULI has been able to raise thousands of dollars so far, and continues to accept donations. Find them on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

N A T I O N A L   S O L I D A R I T Y

The National Intercollegiate COVID-19 Coalition (NICC) is a nationwide group of individuals dedicated to advocating on behalf of university students during these unprecedented times. With chapters all over the country, this group is constantly providing resources online, ranging from infographics to food banks.

M E X I C A N   I N N O V A T I O N

In Hermosilla, Sonora, Mexico, a group of college scientists, engineers and activists have begun developing respirators for underfunded parts of Mexico! Check them and their work out here!

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