Inspiring Action. Doing the work. Photo via Equal Justice Initiative on “ I believe that every person is entitled to dignity and respect, regardless of race or color.” These words from the Birmingham Pledge summarize the mission that is at the forefront of minds all across the nation right now. If you’re looking for tangible ways to get involved right here in Birmingham, we rounded up 7 local social justice initiatives that need your support today. Why it Matters
Our fellow Birmingham citizens are hurting, frustrated and looking for ways to help. We put out a call for some of your favorite local nonprofits and organizations who are doing the vital work of advocating for social justice.
Here are a few that you named. We know this list won’t cover every organization or individual who is amplifying voices, educating others and protecting those who need it—but it’s a great place to start. 1. The Equal Justice Initiative
The Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) is an organization based out of Montgomery. At its core, EJI is one of the most effective legal advocacy organizations in the nation. They also have a museum and memorial in Montgomery and produce all kinds […]
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