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George Riley Impact Litigation Fellowship

The Mississippi Center for Justice, along with Rob McDuff, join forces to launch the George Riley Impact Litigation Fellowship.


A win with HB1523!

A huge win for the Mississippi Center for Justice! U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves struck down HB 1523, an anti-LGBT bill that would allow government officials and businesses to deny services based on specific religious beliefs or moral convictions. Judge Reeves’ opinion is currently on appeal to the 5th Circuit.


This new Toolkit helps consumers maintain economic security.

Important Announcement from AG Jim Hood

Attorney General Jim Hood announces that Experian, Transunion, and Equifax will overhaul credit reporting practices and end deceptive marketing in Mississippi.

Read more about how this benefits Mississippians

Overrepresented & Underserved

The Mississippi Center for Justice is calling for the State of Mississippi to adopt and implement a model disciplinary due process hearing policy in the new report.

Read the full report here

View report data on interactive map here

The Impact of the Re-imposition of the SNAP 3-month Time Limit for Young, Unemployed Adults

The Mississippi Center for Justice’s Public Records Act request reveals potential impact of the 3-month time limit for each county and presents policy solutions to prevent increasing the distress level of Mississippi’s struggling young adults.


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In the News

Learn more about the Center by reading about our work to advance racial and economic justice. 

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Strength from the Storm. VIEW HERE.

Life After Katrina. READ HERE.


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