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 Partners on Campaign to “Make Good Trouble” and Increase Voter Registration
Voting Rights Organizations Provide Guidance to North Carolina Counties on Addressing Potential Early Voting Issues
Education Justice Alliance, Students from Enloe High School, and SCSJ Demand that the Wake County School Board End the School Resource Officer Program and Terminate Contracts with Local Law Enforcement Agencies
Wayne County Board of Elections Upholds Election of Challenged Minority Candidate
SCSJ’s Chief Counsel for Voting Rights and Interim Executive Director Wins 2020 David Carliner Public Interest Award
Voting Rights Organizations Seek Preliminary Injunction to Guarantee Voter Safety in November