Southern Echo’s Newsletter “Struggles”
- Struggles, Summer 2009
- Struggles, March 2009
- Struggles, Summer/Spring 2008
- Gap Edition, Winter 2004
- Struggles, Winter 2001
Southern Echo’s Newsletter “Struggles” Discriptions
|Struggles, Summer 2009
This edition of the newsletter includes articles on community redistricting trainings to ensure the creation of fair political boundary lines in 2011, the South x Southwest Experiment retreat, Harvard University’s School of Education’s study of Echo’s community organizing model on public education, the full funding of MAEP by Mississippi Legislature, and a photo gallery.
|Struggles, March 2009
This edition of the newsletter includes articles on the 5th and final GAP conference, the Echo-Ford ISO Funding Program, Echo’s website management training, the Catalyst Roundtable’s participation in the Pushback Network’s national planning sessions in NYC, the Echo and Mott Foundation Partnership to support grassroots organizing, and a “memory book” photo gallery.
|Struggles, Summer/Spring 2008
This edition of the newsletter includes articles on the 4th GAP conference, buy ambien with no prescription Echo’s work with the Marguerite Casey “Equal Voices” Campaign for Families, the Echo and Mott Foundation Partnership to support grassroots organizing, the Echo-Ford ISO Funding Program, legislative updates, and an op-ed on drop-out prevention.
|Gap Edition, Winter 2004
This edition of the newsletter includes articles on the 1st GAP Conference, Echo’s analysis of the MS Dept. of Education’s 2001-2004 test data, the 1868 Hampton Plan designed to create 2nd class education to deny 1st class citizenship, and MS public education fuding formula.
|Struggles, Winter 2001
This edition of the newsletter includes an appeal from Southern Echo President Hollis Watkins and articles on the Drew Voters League 137-page indictment against a school district, the Lifting New Voices exchange, Mississippi building 15 prisons in majority-black Delta communities, and a gallery of maps created using GIS tools to support redistricting work in Mississippi.