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Pictured are Executive Director Jaribu Hill, Program Associate LaToya Davis and members of the FLHSR with Susan Taylor of Essence during the 40th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Selma, AL March 6, 2005

Workers' Center Staff, Board and members of the FLHSR march in commemoration of the 40th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday (March 6, 2005 - Selma, AL)
Selma, AL - March 6, 2005, We were there! The Fannie Lou Hamer Sister Roundtable (FLHSR) took a delegation of more than 40 women to Selma to mark the occasion of the 40th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday. Pictured are members of the FLHSR (including Center staff and board) and friends at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge.
CAP Intern, Pamela Coleman gives CAP volunteers a "pep talk" on Monday, June 21, 2004 as they prepare to go out on their first Canvass for Human Needs in Sharkey County
  CAP Field Organizer Latah Holloway and s tudent volunteers meet outside the Center as they prepare to go out in the community for one of many "Get Out the Vote" canvasses.
Student volunteers at a local plant gate handing out voting literature, urging citizens to register to vote and vote during the 2004 elections.

Executive Director Jaribu Hill meets with newly formed members of the Mississippi Legal Advocacy Network (MLAN) Steering Committee in Jackson, MS after the first MLAN meeting.


CAP Field Organizer Latah Holloway review CAP fact sheets with the audience during a "Know Your Rights" training session in Panther Burn, MS. Mayor Heather McTeer Hudson presents Dr. Mark G. Henderson, Director and Founder of Maddrama Theater Company, Inc. with a key to the city during a reception in honor of the group prior to the Black History Celebration. Maddrama performed "Take Me Back: A Theatrical Journey of Unsettling Memories" during the Celebration.
The Metcalfe Community Mass Choir performs during the Center's 4th Annual Black History Month Celebration (February 19, 2005). Jaribu Hill presents Lillie Ayers with the Fannie Lou Hamer Human Rights Award during the Black History Month Celebration. Maddrama singing "Take Me Back" at the close of their performance during the Celebration.
Workers' Center's Executive Director Jaribu Hill speaking at L.I.F.F.T. (Lower Income Families Fighting Together) rally during SHROC IV. Executive Director Jaribu Hill and other human rights activists at the direct action site during the Fifth Bi-Annual Southern Human Rights Organizers' Conference on December 11, 2004 in Memphis, TN. The Mississippi Workers' Center is the institutional home of SHROC. See the SHROC website for highlights of the Memphis conference!! Human rights activists at the direct action site during SHROC V December 11th in front of one of the many Sav-A-Lot stores in Memphis, TN.
SHROC V participants rally outside Sav-A-Lot in Memphis, TN during the direct action, urging owners to stop union busting.
CAP Field Organizer Latah Holloway, Center Program Associate LaToya Davis and Board President Sarah White prepare for a "Know Your Rights" organizing seminar with a group of catfish workers in Indianola, MS.
Human rights activists at the direct action site during SHROC V December 11th in front of one of the many Sav-A-Lot stores in Memphis, TN.
Workers at the Indianola organizing session listen as they are presented with information about their human rights and strategies for organizing.
Workers’ Center members join activists at direct action site during the Fourth Bi-Annual Southern Human Rights Organizers’ Conference (SHROC IV) on December 6, 2002 in Miami, Florida. The Mississippi Workers’ Center is the institutional home of SHROC. See the SHROC website for highlights of the Miami conference!! 3rd Annual Worker Memorial Day Rally and Press Conference in memory of workers who lost their lives because of hazardous workplace conditions April 27, 2002.
Executive Director, Jaribu Hill, and Board President, Sarah White, meet with the Sunflower County Organizing Group to assist workers in developing strategies to combat racism in the workplace August, 2002.
September 23, 2002: Fannie Lou Hamer Roundtable participants at Fannie Lou Hamer's grave site in Ruleville, MS. Sarah White addresses the Fannie Lou Hamer Black Women’s Roundtable in Ruleville, Mississippi Monday September 23, 2002 (Event sponsored by the Workers’ Center).
Workers’ Center members meet representatives from the Kensington Welfare Rights Union (KWRU) (Philadelphia, PA) in Jackson, Mississippi in support of KWRU’s New Freedom Bus Tour Saturday, November 23, 2002.
Workers’ Center members, community and labor organizers, petition for the repeal of Mississippi’s Workers’ Compensation Law which only provides workers with 450 weeks of coverage April 28, 2001. Jaribu Hill joins other activists at the World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa in August, 2001, to protest the U.S. government’s failure to participate in the Conference.
Sarah White is a featured panelist during the Voices of Victims symposium at the World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa in August, 2001.
Public Hearing on Hate Crimes sponsored by Jesus People Against Pollution and the Workers’ Center following the police killing of Mitchell Virgil (April, 2000) and the lynching of Raynard Johnson (June, 2000) September 29, 2000. Workers' Center activists join a demonstration -- part of the SHROC IV.