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January 31, 2023
Notes from Community Conversation: Education on Annexation meeting
Stand-Up Mobile: Council Vote Spends Tens of Thousands on Hidden Proposal Our Citizens Deserve Transparency
Black Voters Matter Bus Tour schedules stop in Mobile
Community Block Party is May 20
Mobile City Council approves redistricting map in 6 to 1 vote
Community leader expresses concern about redistricting map.
Local voting group ‘disappointed’ by redistricting map
Guest opinion: Sometimes the Right Thing is the Right Thing
Check out this article on redistricting written by Reverend Jim Flowers is the Rector at All Saints Episcopal Church and Pastor Marvin Charles Lue, Jr. is the Lead Pastor and Proclaimer at Stewart Memorial CME Church – both in Mobile.
Stand-Up Mobile's Response to Mayor Stimpson's Proposed Redistricting Map: We Will Not Be Deterred in Fight for Fair Representation
City of Mobile Announces Redistricting Information Community Meetings Click here to learn more.
Beverly Cooper, Stand-Up Mobile’s co-founder advocates for a fair redistricting of Mobile process with WKRG’s Peter Albrecht.
Stand Up Mobile has been advocating for fair redistricting in our area. need you to be a part of this change, by joining with other Mobile Citizens on Tuesday, Feb. 8, 10:30 a.m. at the City Council meeting to show your support for a map that will show a fourth district. Click here to learn more.
City of Mobile 2022 Proposed Redistricting Draft
Proposed draft last updated: January 25, 2022
SPLC Emphasizes Mobile’s Legal Obligations Under Voting Rights
Act In Letter To Mayor, City Council
Concerned voters fear future city council district boundaries & annexation efforts would diminish political power in majority-Black, majority-minority city. Today, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) urged in a letter the Mayor and City Council of Mobile, Alabama, to consider their “affirmative obligation” under Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (VRA) in upcoming political map drawing. Sent on behalf of concerned Mobile residents, the SPLC’s letter specifically highlighted concerns regarding the boundaries of city council districts as well as potential future annexation efforts in the city. Mobile is now both majority-Black and majority-minority, according to the recently released 2020 U.S. Census data.
President Biden’s Executive Order 14050
Learn more about President Biden’s Executive Order 14050. The initiative shall advance educational, equity, and economic opportunity for Black students, families, and communities. Click here .
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