This election year is already creating more anxiety, fear, anger, apathy, and everything in between — and we’re only a few months in.

If you want to find a more purposeful — and even hopeful — way of being a caring and responsible American during 2024, you’ve come to the right place. 

This year, we invite you to spark citizenship. We think of citizenship not as the passports you hold, but as a commitment to using your power and acting with a sense of civic character. It means being part of efforts to improve the quality of life in your community and feeling like you’re part of something bigger than yourself. It’s having a civic mindset and a commitment to embracing your role in the American experiment. And fortunately, we’ve got something in the works to help you do just that.

Reckoning and Responsibility

Being American means being willing to reckon and to take responsibility for finding unity among differences. This spirit is part of our nation’s DNA: we have a legacy of healthy argument, of finding strength in diversity, and of committing to E pluribus unum in times of division. It’s time for the next chapter of this legacy. Practice embracing complexity, instead of shying away from it. Practice knowing that two things can be true at once, instead of flattening ideas and people into just one-dimension.

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