The Warrior Queen Project - National Democratic Training Committee

NDTC + The Warrior Queen Project

You decided to step up to make your community better.

We are here to help you succeed.

The National Democratic Training Committee is excited to partner with The Warrior Queen Project to provide FREE training to Democratic candidates, campaign staff, and local leaders.

As the largest Democratic campaign training organization in the nation we have trained more Democrats on how to win elections and build long-term power than any other organization.

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Different Ways to Train

It doesn’t matter where you live, what you schedule looks like, or how you learn — We have trainings to meet your needs and help you accomplish your goals.

Online Academy

Political newbie or veteran campaigner. At the beginning of your campaign or in the final stretch. No matter where you are on your political journey, we have tools and training you need to win. Available on-demand, 24/7.

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Live Facilitated Training

Check out our events calendar and attend one of our Virtual Live Trainings. You’ll learn from expert trainers, who not only are the top in their field, but have walked the walk and served on campaigns at every level.

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Cohort-Based Programs

Our intensive cohort-based programs bring together small groups of candidates and campaign leaders for 8-12 weeks of hands-on training. At the end of the program, you’ll be equipped with a clear plan of action and the tools and skills you need to win.

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The Warrior Queen Project was born from the 2019 film The Warrior Queen of Jhansi. The movie tells the true story of Lakshmibai, the historic Queen––or Rani––of Jhansi who fiercely led her army against the British East India Company in the infamous mutiny of 1857.

The Rani’s story sparked this campaign because she served her duty to her people and herself by defining herself.

The Warrior Queen Project celebrates when those who identify as AAPI women and girls define themselves. By sharing our stories with each other, we raise the Warrior Queen within ourselves that is necessary for a more inclusive and equitable society.

Warrior Queens throughout Asia and the Pacific Islands are not just historical figures. They are our grandmothers, mothers, aunts, sisters, daughters and friends.

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