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.
SCSJ Welcomes Myesha Braden as Chief Counsel for Justice System Reform
Southern Coalition’s Report Finds Nearly 70,000 North Carolinians Denied the Right to Vote Even After Incarceration
North Carolina Voters Appeal Denial of Request to Put NC Voter ID Requirement on Hold Despite Allegations of Discrimination, Risk of Disenfranchisement
Voters Strike Back and Win Settlement and Apology in Challenge to Voter Intimidation in Virginia
U.S. Supreme Court Rules Partisan Gerrymandering is Non-Justiciable
Wake County Litigants Applaud Adoption of Federal Court-Drawn Map for 2020 State House Elections