Project Mississippi Justice

The Mississippi Confederate battle flag is not simply flying in one hotly disputed spot at the State Capitol but occupying the upper left corner of the state flag, which has been flying since 1894. On the Weekend of August 27, 2016 the effort to organize groups to together remove forever the Confederate battle flag from the state flag-in addition to LARGEST voter registration in Missisippi History, Human Rights education conferences, and overall to strike a blow at the historical heart of the countries the “tremendous social, economic and racial divide.” The Flag represents a long term symbol of American hate, murder, and oppression. Remember Mississippi Burning! So- It must go!