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Change Begins Locally

CONFRONTING RACIAL INJUSTICE

About Us

WE BELIEVE IN CHANGE

Our model for grassroots community activism takes a variety forms:

  • Black history projects that document and preserve local history

  • Black leadership and empowerment events and opportunities

  • Direct action protests that dismantle white supremacy

  • Ally trainings and community-building events that strengthen our cross-racial coalition

  • Listening and truth-telling circles that facilitate collective healing

  • We advocate for policy that affects Black lives.

To confront anti-Black systems and ideologies, promote reproductive justice, and fight against patriarchal violence using education, community empowerment and advocacy.

Project Say Something (PSS) strives to affirm and center Black lives through communal health programs, education resource programs, skill building workshops, and the practice of radical inclusivity.

Our Causes

CAUSES WE CARE ABOUT

Black Mothers Emergency Fund

PSS created the Black Mother’s Emergency Fund to support Single Black women and Black women serving as.... 

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Affordable Care Act Navigator Program

PSS serves North AL by improving access to healthcare for Black, Brown and marginalized communities,...

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Our Facts

NUMBERS SPEAKING

Total Raised

$750k

Over 256 directly beneficiaries of our
community program.

Happy Donor

458+

458+ people donate our charity to with100% happy heart.

Media

IN THE NEWS

STATUE OF DRED SCOTT COULD BE PLACED NEAR ALABAMA CONFEDERATE STATUE

A statue showing an enslaved couple pulling the chains of oppression could be erected in Lauderdale County near a monument honoring the Confederate dead.

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THE BATTLE FOR ALABAMA'S SOUL

This handsome north Alabama town, population 40,428, boasts two nationally acclaimed fashion designers of luxury togs, two boutique hotels, two hipster coffee shops, a regional state university, a Frank Lloyd Wright house, a sustainably sourced...

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HOW ALABAMA CONTEXTUALIZED THE CONFEDERACY IN 2018

Different narratives concerning Alabama's Civil War and Reconstruction history clashed throughout 2018. The tension fueled debates over the public placement of the state's Confederate symbols, but it also started a discussion about how to add context to the painful parts of the past.

Testimonials

THOUGHTS ABOUT OUR WORK

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Autumn S Holder

From - FACEBOOK.COM

"Kudos for the great work you are doing. You will have my full support."

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DONATE TO PROJECT SAY SOMETHING TODAY! 

We deeply value and appreciate your generous donations. Your contribution plays a vital role in sustaining our mission and goals. Explore our donation options by selecting the "Donate Now" button below! Every donation, regardless of the amount, creates a meaningful impact and aids in the growth of our program. Should you have any inquiries about the donation process, please feel free to reach out to us directly. Once again, thank you wholeheartedly for your unwavering support in our collective endeavor to create a better world.

Together, let's forge ahead and create a brighter future.

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