SOUTHERN VISION ALLIANCE PREVIEWS ANNUAL REPORTFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Durham, NC, August 15, 2018 — Southern Vision Alliance (SVA) will be releasing a preview of its annual report on Wednesday, August 15 that will highlight stories of southern resistance and resiliency.
SVA does so in remembrance of the racist attacks that occurred a year ago in Charlottesville, Virginia. While continuing to sit with the grief and rage from Charlottesville, Southern Vision Alliance wants to honor and commemorate Black August and the ongoing struggle against white supremacy. SVA also celebrates the one-year anniversary of the righteous toppling of the racist confederate statue that stood in front of the Old Durham Courthouse.
The Annual Report will offer a portrait of resistance that stands strong and resolute in the South. With so many campaigns to be waged and battles to fight, the Annual Report will detail the work that SVA has been engaged in as well as display the victories and accomplishments that have come from organizing in the South.