Celebrating the Dream 9: Immigration Reform and Beyond

Like many of you, we at SONG have continued following the tide of the national immigration debate as it rose to the spotlight and fell to the wayside in a matter of months. We’ve witnessed our people’s resilience in the continued push for a reform bill that would be in line with our visions for liberation and immigrant justice, a reform that would acknowledge and help stop the reality of mass deportations, mass detentions and the forced separation of countless …

SONG is hiring a North Carolina Field Organizer!

SONG is seeking a part-time field organizer for the state of North Carolina!  This position will be based out of North Carolina’s Triangle / Triad area. Are you a visionary in North Carolina with organizing experience?  Are you passionate about grassroots organizing, base-buliding, and have a deep love for (and understanding of) oppressed and marginalized communities?  Are you interested in being part of building a regional campaign that will transform education, both inside and outside of the school system??

Marry the Movement

[vimeo]https://vimeo.com/69103461[/vimeo]  Producer: Southerners On New Ground Director, Cinematographer, Editor, GFX: Sowjanya Kudva English Closed Captioning Available at http://www.amara.org/en/videos/rARoOoODYWQp/info/marry-the-movement/ The Supreme Court of the United States has issued many opinions affecting the lives of marginalized people across the country this week. We know that here in the South our SONG family will be grappling with the reality of our lives, many of which have been made worse by the Supreme Court’s rulings affecting Affirmative Action, the Voting Rights Act, the Indian Child …


“We are not here to make a case for the South. We are the South” – Paulina Helm-Hernandez On April 26th – 28th 2013, SONG rolled South to Jacksonville FL, where we joined forces with over 40 other Southern racial and economic justice organizations. This process is a continuation of the 1st Southern Movement Assembly held Sept 2012 in Lowndes County, AL. 30 SONG members, member leaders and staff joined 150 other movement leaders from around the region.