Below, you will find a sampling of student organizations, and other sources of student engagement, that we believe do the work that we advocate for in Political Science. We hope you will considering getting engaged.
HU Student Organizations
Black Girls Vote
"Black Girls Vote Inc. is a grassroots, national, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization with an objective of engaging, educating, and empowering black women, particularly those 18-25 years old, to activate their voice by utilizing their vote. We believe our vote is our voice. We are dedicated to the engagement, education, and empowerment of collegiate students and our local community through the electoral process. Following social outcry after the death of Freddie Gray, Nykidra “Nyki” Robinson launched Black Girls Vote in Baltimore, Maryland. BGV was launched on November 30, 2015, the birthday of Shirley Chisholm, at Western High School. And just as Shirley Chisholm, she sought to bring change through advocacy, outreach, and building our strength in numbers – which reflects the core of our purpose of Black Girls Vote."
"Planned Parenthood Generation Action, Howard University Chapter, exists to educate the university’s community about reproductive health and rights, translate awareness into pro-choice activism on campus, and to serve as a coalition partner to state, national, and international reproductive rights efforts."
“The Howard University College Democrats is a student-run organization dedicated to advancing the goals and ideals of the Democratic Party. Our mission is to mobilize and empower young people to connect to the electoral process and participate in active citizenship. We are committed to building a community of conscious students who stand ready to take up the torch and carry the flame of our generation forward.”
“The Howard University International Pals is an organization that was founded in 1986 by Dr. Grace Ansah. Today the I-pals has over 20 active members from more than 10 different countries who live by the same dream of not only creating that "home away from home" for new incoming international students, but also to promote, highlight and educate the Howard community about the various cultures which populate and add to the unique experience of the university.”
“The HUMUN team is the award winning, internationally recognized, premier HBCU simulations team. Our teams compete in various competitions: Model UN (United Nations), Model AL (Arab League), AU (African Union), and Model NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) are listed as a few of our most popular conferences.”