Southern Anti-Racism Network

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Second Annual Fannie Lou Hamer Branch Human Rights Conference
December 10, 2022

Watch the session on the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) here.

Watch the session on ending mass incarceration and the expungement of criminal records here.


Watch the video of the June 5 celebration.


WILPF-US Fannie Lou Hamer Branch
One-Year Anniversary Celebration

Watch the video from the Sunday, March 13 event.


First Annual Fannie Lou Hamer Branch
Human Rights Conference

Saturday, December 11, 2021, 10AM -2PM Pacific, 1PM – 5PM Eastern

The First Annual Fannie Lou Hamer Branch Human Rights Conference, organized by the Fannie Lou Hamer branch of Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF US) and sponsored by the Southern Anti Racism Network, was held on Saturday, December 11.

WILPF US awarded a mini grant of $1,500 to the Fannie Lou Hamer branch for this conference.

The conference consisted of an opening plenary, breakout sessions, and discussion. Plenary topics were:

  • Ending Mass Incarceration/Abolishing the Death Penalty,
  • Immigration Justice,
  • the UN International Decade for People of African Descent /Reparations,
  • the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW).
  • Watch video recordings of the conference

    1st Annual Fannie Lou Hamer Branch WILPF Human Rights Day Conference, 12-11-2021

    Evaluation & Debrief – 1st Annual Fannie Lou Hamer Human Rights Conference

    UN Decade/Reparations – 1st Annual Fannie Lou Hamer Branch Human Rights Conference

    Recording from the main room of the Conference

    For more information contact Theresa El-Amin at theresa(at)projectsarn.org, 919-824-0659.



    SARN Mission Statement

    SARN develops campaigns and projects in the South to end racial disparities in criminal justice, economic opportunities, education, environment/housing and health care.We’re a network of activists who cross the lines of race, gender, class, age and immigration status to challenge divisions in the movement to end white supremacy.

    Building a Village

    We are building a village to support high academic achievement and positive behavior for all students in Muscogee County, Georgia. We are parents, students, educators, community activists, people in business and people of faith who believe it takes a village to raise a child.

    Strategic Priorities

    Parent Participation and Support
    High Expectations for All Students
    Academic and Social Support Services
    Early Childhood Learning Opportunities
    Teacher Quality, Retention, and Support

    Ending School-to-Prison Pipeline

    High suspension rates of African American and disabled students, the education achievement gap and the growing prison population are inextricably linked. Community education about this social concern is necessary to end the school-to-prison pipeline.