Second Save Ourselves Summit Outlines Key Ideas

Leading organizations of our growing movement came together again in August 9-10 in 2013 to outline the collective problems their constituents faced under new extremist policies and actions led by the Republican-controlled Alabama Legislature, and to discuss a strategic plan to address them

Read more about the meeting from a report by the Alabama Political Reporter:

TUSKEGEE—Leaders from across Alabama, and the nation convened, August 9th and 10th, at the Tuskegee University Kellogg Center, and at the Tuskegee Municipal Complex, in a SAVE OURSELVES SUMMIT (SOS), for the purpose of getting a collective understanding of the challenges facing the black/minority community, and to forge a collective and effective response to these challenges.
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