These are organizations that students can join to help make real change.
Chesapeake Regional Association of Student Councils (CRASC) is the representative organization of all students enrolled in the secondary schools of AACPS, created to develop leadership skills, promote good sportsmanship, and to initiate improvements and activities for the general good of AACPS students.
The mission of MASC is to foster a statewide environment for all secondary school students to express and exchange opinions and ideas,develop leadership skills, and promote student representation and involvement in all groups and organizations impacting the lives of students. To see that this is done efficiently and effectively, the Maryland Association of Student Councils hosts several events throughout the school year.
Special Interest Groups
The mission of the NAACP Youth & College Division shall be to inform youth of the problems affecting African Americans and other racial and ethnic minorities; to advance the economic, education, social and political status of African Americans and other racial and ethnic minorities and their harmonious cooperation with other peoples; to stimulate an appreciation of the African Diaspora and other people of color’s contribution to civilization; and to develop an intelligent, militant effective youth leadership.
The Caucus of African American Leaders is driven by a single goal; to do our part in making the world a better place for all. Our decision making process is informed by comprehensive empirical studies and high quality data evaluation. We strive to build productive relationships and make a positive impact with all of our pursuits.
The PFLAG Annapolis/Anne Arundel County chapter supports the LGBTQ+ community, its families, friends, and allies in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
Annapolis Pride celebrates the LGBTQ+ community, engaging local residents, businesses and groups to unite in welcoming and embracing diversity in Annapolis.
GLSEN Maryland is a chapter of GLSEN, a national organization fighting for every student’s right to a safe, supportive education.
Contact Your School Board Member
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Writing to Your Legislators
Link to ACLU tips to write letters or emails to your legislators.
If you know of additional community organizations for students, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.