As the partial government shutdown enters its second month, discussion of a physical border wall between the United States and Mexico continues to dominate the national discourse. While such a physical barrier raises countless legal, economic, and environmental concerns, we also cannot ignore the much...

The holidays are generally a time of joy and rest for students. Having just finished finals, students spend the holidays relaxing after a difficult semester. However, for Virginia College students in Mississippi and across the nation, this holiday season was a time of stress and...

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT  DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR  The Mississippi Center for Justice seeks a dynamic development professional to lead our fund development efforts that support the full range of the Center’s advocacy and operations. This professional should be a creative and strategic thinker with extensive experience in soliciting funds from...

On Friday, the Mississippi Center for Justice submitted a comment to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) strongly opposing DHS’s deeply flawed proposed regulation on “Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds,” which would catalyze profound and irreparable racial and economic injustices in Mississippi and across the country, and erect insurmountable obstacles...

 Today is #GivingTuesday –a global day dedicated to giving and building awareness for organizations that help people in need. Read this story below from our client Roy for an example of how your gift to the Mississippi Center for Justice goes to fight for justice for...

The Mississippi Center for Justice created its 2018 Congressional Candidate Questionnaire to educate voters about where candidates stand on priority issues and to better understand how, if elected, candidates will work with the Center to advance racial and economic justice in our state. We asked that congressional campaigns...