We provide legal advice and representation to economically disadvantaged communities of color who are engaged in social change efforts.
We highlight and uplift communities advancing their political, social, and economic rights through multiple forms of media.
We work with community organizers to identify and address issues that communities deem important and to build local power.
Youth Justice Project Releases SRO Recommendations
Equal Justice Works Fellow Joins SCSJ to Support Justice-Involved Voters
Voting Rights Advocates Call for Federal Oversight of Future Redistricting in Texas
Voting Rights Groups Object to Rushed Redraw of Precincts by State Elections Board
Federal Court Order Now Requires Durham County to Comply with New Policies Regarding Youth Held in Custody
SCSJ Urges Tennessee Lawmakers to Abandon Pursuit of Unconstitutional Restrictions on Voter Registration Programs