We Decide Who We Are. We Decide Who We Love. We Decide How We Survive and Thrive.
Southerners On New Ground (SONG) is a regional Queer Liberation organization made up of people of color, immigrants, undocumented people, people with disabilities, working class and rural and small town, LGBTQ people in the South. We believe that we are bound together by a shared desire for ourselves, each other, and our communities to survive and thrive. We believe that Community Organizing is the best way for us to build collective power and transform the South. Out of this belief we are committed to building freedom movements rooted in southern traditions like community organizing, political education, storytelling, music, breaking bread, resistance, humor, performance, critical thinking, and celebration.
SONG builds a beloved community of LGBTQ people in the South who are ready and willing to do our part to challenge oppression in order to bring about liberation for ALL people. We develop leadership, build our membership base, and identify and carry out community organizing projects and campaigns. All of our work strives to bring together marginalized communities to work towards justice and liberation for all people.
2016 Verano de Cenas, Chisme y ConexiónJuly 15, 2016
The Mandate: A Call and Response From Black Lives Matter AtlantaJuly 14, 2016
Crush The Confederacy: SONG members rise up across the South this July 4thJuly 4, 2016
The Fix That’s a Farce: HB2 Is Still a ThreatJune 30, 2016
Lxs Excluidxs: SCOTUS Rules on DACA/DAPAJune 23, 2016
The #CharlestonStrong MachineJune 20, 2016
SPIRITUAL SOLACE AND HARBOR AFTER PULSEJune 17, 2016
One Rise, One Fall: Organizing, resisting, and grieving for PulseJune 15, 2016
Join us in Welcoming Jade Brooks to the SONG Staff Team!June 6, 2016
Kindred Sounds Volume 03June 6, 2016
A Gathering Storm, A Rising TideJune 3, 2016
Free From Fear: From The Community Safety Act to Standard Operating Procedures in Bull CityJune 1, 2016