Our work is a cycle. Enter anywhere, engage anywhere that speaks to you. At the center, and part of every endeavor is the purpose that binds us: thriving in the community.
Led engagement with the city of Spartanburg concerning its racist past. Supported the council resolution apologizing to Black residents for the city’s role in past racist policies and programs.
Led engagement concerning the redevelopment of the former Mary H. Wright school, one of the city’s iconic Black properties.
Actively engaged in voter registration and turnout in minority precincts for the November 2020 election. Recruited poll workers ahead of the election.
Ongoing engagement and advocacy with city officials concerning gentrification, including ways to define, measure, and prevent it.
Advocated for the repeal of restrictions on DACA students in South Carolina.
Working with a broad coalition, advocated for the passage of the federal John Lewis Voting Rights Act and the For The People Act.
Ongoing advocacy for a fair and just outcome to redistricting on the local and state level.