Whether in Adel, Savannah, Summerville, or Fort Valley, our intrepid community organizers bring the work of racial equity and shared prosperity to kitchen tables throughout Georgia. The Partnership for Southern Equity understands that lasting change to the prevailing systems of disparity and inequity will not occur through one program or one initiative but by deep, intentional, and long-term engagement with communities and residents who can envision the changes they would like to see.

Your contribution of $20 per month or more today supports these heroes as they and the communities they serve to build “Power for the People” throughout Georgia and the American South.

We’re asking our dearest supporters and friends to find room to contribute $10, $15, $20, or more per month to support the work of equity throughout metropolitan Atlanta and the American South.

Although the Partnership for Southern Equity was honored to receive nearly $3.5 million in funding from organizations last year, it is the monthly pledges we receive from individual givers like you that enable us to work most responsively within our communities.

On June 29, 2021, we are inviting our Equity Sustainers to participate in an exclusive conversation with Nathaniel Smith on the topic of How 10 Years of Grassroots Organizing Created a Racial Equity Movement in Atlanta and the American South. If you’re not already an Equity Sustainer, we hope you’ll consider deepening your commitment today so you can join this conversation, and receive invitations to similar special events in the future.

In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.

(678) 383-7774

Thanks for joining us for the “The Movement Continues”, a special conversation between Nathaniel Smith, Founder and Chief Equity Officer, and Dwayne Patterson, former Vice President of Strategy and Engagement and Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation’s new Chief Equity Impact Officer, about the past, present, and future of the Partnership for Southern Equity. Check it out here if you missed it! Funniest moment: “we’re New Edition, not Bobby Brown…”