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Southern Echo stands with those fighting for equal rights and against police brutality. We ask that you stand with us!

VOTE 2020

Tuesday, November 3, 2020 is a momentous occassion. It’s the day when your voice gets a boost as you cast your ballot! Take control of your future! #govote

In the wake of the global Covid-19 pandemic, safe and unfettered access to the polls is critical in maintaining the individual voting rights of Mississippi citizens. Safer options to in-person voting must be made available to communities. These may include early voting, multi-day voting, and vote by mail in addition to online voter registration. We must work to ensure that our legislators use federal funds to assist in Covid-19 safety adaptations and protocols around the upcoming elections.

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Our Work

Southern Echo organizes communities and education stakeholders to demand that the state of Mississippi delivers a first-rate quality public education to every child regardless of race, gender, disability or zip code.

Southern Echo’s work in Health Equity includes teaching communities how to advocate and fight for quality and affordable health
care while incorporating wellness practices to improve their overall quality of life.

Community Organizing is at the heart of Southern Echo’s work. It entails empowering the maximum number of people with the necessary tools and skills needed to impact public policy at every level of government – federal, state and local.
Southern Echo’s work in Expanding Democracy includes Voter Education/Protection/Registration, Get Out The Vote (GOTV), Census, Get Out The Count (GOTC) and Redistricting.


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