Jetpac is a nonprofit that exists to empower minority communities through targeted training and civic education programs. We are engaging youth, training leaders, and providing resources in under-represented communities across the United States. We provide a path to civic justice through the application of education and technology solutions. Our organizing is made possible by the generosity of our supporters.

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    Justice

    We’re helping our community achieve proportional representation by translating voter registration forms, registering minority communities, and training leaders to run for office.

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    Education

    We’ve partnered with a local high school to deliver an AP Govt. and Politics course that teaches the next generation of leaders how our government is framed, the history of political activism, and how to effect change.

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    Technology

    Our proprietary technology, currently being beta-tested, automates list building and social media outreach. We’ve also incorporated propensity metrics to better serve our constituents.

Jetpac is a political advocacy center committed to reinvigorating politics. We’re striving for fair representation of minority communities – especially our Muslim communities and allies – at the local, state and federal levels.

Our overall approach has been to leverage tried and true ‘ground game’ tactics for grassroots activism, while creating the best trainings in service of the most promising emerging leaders. By leveraging social media outreach, big data analysis, and automated relationship-building, we have been organizing towards stronger, more involved minority communities.  We will bring our communities into the current age of data-driven decision-making.

We aim to take our place at the table across all levels of government. If you have any questions, you can email us at info@jet-pac.com.

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