The mission of Raleigh Youth Chapter A. Philip Randolph Institute is to play a key and unique role in the growth and development of black youth and young adults in the democratic process for political, social, economic change, and environmental justice, and to participate fully in all levels of the American political process; to train and build black young leaders; and to organize the unorganized.
Voice - standing in courage and integrity so that we are heard.
Power - organizing youth and young adults to have the knowledge, ambition and energy to make a difference.
Strength - the ability to stand in unity with our peers; having the will and dedication to continue the fight for our rights.
If someone tried to deprive you of your rights, you’ve got to resist it. You’ve got to resent it. You’ve got to fight against it.