Right to Democracy focuses on three key strategies for confronting and dismantling the undemocratic colonial framework in U.S. territories: Participatory Advocacy, Narrative and Cultural Change, and Ecosystem Building.


Participatory Advocacy

Our advocacy focuses on driving change and accountability not just through the courts, but also through participatory advocacy in Congress and the Executive Branch.

Narrative and Cultural Change

We leverage our advocacy to work with journalists, educators, artists, and others to engage people in the United States and each of the territories to shift the status quo narrative and cultural normalization of the undemocratic system governing U.S. territories.


We work to facilitate and support a multisectoral network of leaders - including civil society, community-based organizations, national civil rights groups, academia, philanthropy, and government - to co-create and build this movement.