MITTY ADVOCACY PROJECT
WE ARE MAP
The Mitty Advocacy Project, or MAP, is a student-run social justice leadership team at Archbishop Mitty High School that researches, spreads awareness, and advocates about social justice issues.
In keeping with the core values of Catholic Social Teaching, MAP members research, spread awareness, and advocate about social justice issues to improve the quality of life for those who are suffering from preventable and reparable social inequities in California and in the larger United States.
Through advocacy, grassroots action initiatives, and community education projects, we hope to not only serve those in need but also inspire other youth to take similar action.
MAPx: VOTER REGISTRATION RESOURCES
Exercising our right to vote is the most fundamental act of advocacy. We need to make a concerted effort to be aware, informed, and prepared to use our voices by voting all the way up until November 3rd. Now, more than ever, we need to be present in the political sphere.
That’s why MAPx is launching this resource-filled web page for every student and their parents to access. Here, you’ll find student-created resources regarding registration, vote-by-mail, how COVID-19 will impact voting, California propositions and measures, and local candidates on the ballot—basically, everything you need to know to be an informed voter.