Organizations from seven Southeastern states assessed electric co-ops to give
members the information they need to improve their utilities.
Kirsten Cook, Data Research and Policy Manager andAnna O’Driscoll, Data Analyst One of the Partnership for Southern Equity’s Principles for Shared Prosperity is that “Equity is the superior growth model.”…Read More
With the persistence of COVID-19 cases in metropolitan Atlanta, conflicting responses to preventative measures, cancellation of events, and the advisement to limit contact, the Partnership for Southern Equity’s (PSE) senior…Read More
Dear PSE Community, We would like to announce to our Equity Circles, partners, and civic village that we are releasing applications for the COVID-19 Rapid Response Relief Fund. The application…Read More
Op-ed published in Nonprofit Quarterly on May 4, 2020, followed by a webinar on May 20, 2020, with Grantmakers for Southern Progress, Kendeda Fund, Amalgamated Bank, MacArthur Foundation, Surdna Foundation,…Read More
WASHINGTON (MARCH 19, 2020) – More than 575 utility justice, labor, faith, consumer and environmental groups urged state governors, mayors and utility regulators today to put a moratorium on electricity…Read More
It amazes me that the more things change the more things stay the same. Growing up in Atlanta, I remember many days where my parents had to choose between paying…Read More