By many definitions, across generations and across frontlines, Southern people have found their collective power and used it to create lasting change. Project South has relied on that collective power and collective action to sustain us since the organization was founded in 1986. Our movement-building work is rooted in a belief that everyday people can come together to identify and solve the problems which consistently confront us; that we can strategize and create our own systems toward building a South -- and a world -- where people are free.
Become part of Project’s South political home and family. Access regular communication, analysis and entry points to become more involved in Project South’s movement building work. Members receive monthly updates and direct invitations to participate in community events, assemblies, and actions. Members and monthly donors allow Project South the flexibility and autonomy to respond consistently and quickly to the needs of our community.