Who We Are

The Kansas Coalition for Citizen Participation was launched on October 1, 2017 in response to years of attacks on voting rights and civic participation by Secretary of State Kris Kobach. The coalition consists of a wide range of organizations who represent diverse populations across the state. Together, we aim to expand opportunities for citizens from all over Kansas to participate in our elections and make their voices heard in our democracy.

Members of the Kansas Coalition for Citizen Participation include:

• ACLU of Kansas

Communities Creating Opportunity

Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) Kansas

• El Centro, Inc.

• Greater Kansas City Women's Political Caucus

Indivisible KC

Kansas American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)

• Kansas Appleseed

Kansas Association of Community Action Program

Kansas Black Leadership Council

Kansas Interfaith Action

• Kansas League of United Latin American Citizens

Kansas National Education Association (KNEA)

Kansas State Council of Machinists

• KSvotes.org 

League of Women Voters of Kansas

• Liberal Area Coalition for Families

Loud Light

MainStream Coalition

Manhattan Alliance for Peace and Justice

NAACP - Kansas State Conference

• National Association of Social Workers - Kansas

National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Kansas City Section 

Social Justice Council of Shawnee Mission Unitarian Universalist Church

Stand Up KC

Urban League of Kansas

• Women for Kansas

YWCA Northeast Kansas

Kansas Coalition for Citizen Participation  |  P.O. Box 917; Mission, KS 66201  |  913.490.4100

The Kansas Coalition for Citizen Participation is a project of the ACLU of Kansas and the partners listed on this site. By providing your email address, you may receive email updates from one or more organizations that are part of the Kansas Coalition for Citizen Participation.