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Chair the Youth Committee for Racial Justice

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Become the Chair of the Youth Committee for Racial Justice.

The YCRJ which will consist of hardworking youth advocates that will meet with legislators, advocate for/against policy, and lobby in order to achieve meaningful racial justice. The commission is hosted and supported by Their Stories Political, a nonprofit organization aiming to channel youth activism to enact change at the legislative level.

In this position, Chairs will lead a team of passionate young activists with the goal of enacting sustainable, systemic, and meaningful racial justice. They will oversee a global committee that operates with the goal of creating legislative change through bills, policies, etc. Together, the committee will tackle issues like Black Lives Matter, international ethnic conflicts, xenophobia, religious persecution, systemic barriers, and more.

Responsibilities of the Chair would include: organizing and facilitating committee meetings, following up with individual members and representatives, ensuring that the committee meets in long-term goals, and educating its members on lobbying & political advocacy.

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Note: Position is open to BIPOC applicants only.

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About Their Stories


3360 Port Washington Road, Banff, Alberta T0L 0C0, CA

Mission Statement

Their Stories is a political nonprofit organization aiming to channel youth activism to enact change at the legislative level.


Their Stories is a political coalition of youth activists that works towards achieving progressive change through legislation.At Their Stories, we understand the delicate and consequential nature of politics. Our goal is to bring inclusivity and progressivism to the spotlight, while placing an emphasis on systemic change. Our hardworking chapters, interns, and volunteers work tirelessly in order to better the society we live in. Aid marginalized communities, tackle complex issues, hold politicians accountable, and serve the members of your community with us

Advocacy & Human Rights
Race & Ethnicity


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Advocacy
  • Group Facilitation
  • Research
  • Lobbying
  • Organization
  • Project Management


  • Teens


  • Must be at least 15
  • 3 hours per week.
  • Must be a high school or college student. Applicants should have some background/experience in racial justice advocacy.

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