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What does BYV stand for?

BYV stands for Black Youth Vote (National Coalition of Black Civic Participation)


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WHEN: DATE: Wednesday, November 14, 2012 TIME: 1:15 PM ET The NCBCP Campaign, in partnership with APRI and 40 other national and state-based organizations and affiliates, led the non-partisan Unity '12 voter empowerment efforts in 14 states through its Black Youth Vote iThink 2012, Black Women's Roundtable Power of the Sister Vote and Foot Soldiers for Democracy initiatives.
Partners in the project include the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities and Black Youth Vote, among others.
Among the better-known players in mobilizing young voters through arts and culture is the National Hip Hop Political Convention, Russell Simmons' Hip Hop Summit, Black Youth Vote, Punk Voter, Music for America, Head Count and The Next Wave of Women in Power, with their "We Got Issues" CD.
Coordinator, NCBCP The NCBCP Campaign, in partnership with APRI and 40 other national and state-based organizations and affiliates, led the non-partisan Unity '12 voter empowerment efforts in 14 states through its Black Youth Vote iThink 2012, Black Women's Roundtable Power of the Sister Vote and Foot Soldiers for Democracy initiatives to ensure that black voters were registered, educated on the issues, secured proper ID, and voted early or on Election Day.
Demos, a national, non-partisan public policy organization, in partnership with Rock the Vote, Campus Progress, Common Cause, Young People For, Voto Latino, Black Youth Vote, The Student PIRGs & others announce a national conference: "A Better Deal: Reclaiming Economic Security For a New Generation", May 8-9, 2008, at The Liaison Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
The NCBCP Campaign, in partnership with APRI and 40 other national and state-based organizations and affiliates, is leading its non-partisan Unity '12 voter empowerment efforts in fourteen states through its Black Youth Vote iThink 2012, Black Women's Roundtable Power of the Sister Vote and Foot Soldiers for Democracy Initiatives to ensure that black voters register to vote, secure proper ID, verify their voting status, and are allowed to cast a vote that counts on election day.
network include Harvard University's Institute of Politics, the University of Virginia Center for Politics Youth Leadership Initiative, George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management, 18to35, League of Women Voters, Close Up Foundation (First Vote), Declare Yourself, PIRG New Voters Project, Rock the Vote, Mobilizing America's Youth, United States Student Association, Kids Voting USA, APIA VOTE (Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote), 20/20 Vision, Black Youth Vote (a program of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation), Forum for Youth Investment, Generation Engage, Young Democrats of America and World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.
network include Harvard University's Institute of Politics, the University of Virginia Center for Politics Youth Leadership Initiative, George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management, 18to35, League of Women Voters, Close Up Foundation (First Vote), Declare Yourself, PIRG New Voters Project, Rock the Vote, Mobilizing America's Youth, United States Student Association, Kids Voting USA, APIA VOTE (Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote), 20/20 Vision, Black Youth Vote (a program of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation), Forum for Youth Investment, Generation Engage, Presidential Classroom, Young Democrats of America and World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.