The Andrew Goodman Foundation works to grow new leaders of change. The organization is rooted in Andrew Goodman's powerful legacy; Goodman and two other civil rights workers were murdered when working to register African Americans to vote in 1964. The story of these three men helped spur the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and their legacy lives on today.
It was an honor to be asked to play a role in advancing that legacy by designing and building a new site to tell Andy and the Foundation's story. The new site aims to both bring that story to life and connect it to the organization's work today, spreading a culture of participatory democracy to young people and college campuses across the country.