The Southern Rural Black Women's Initiative for Social and Economic Justice (SRBWI) promotes the first human rights agenda in the United States aimed at eradicating historical race, class, cultural, religious and gender barriers experienced by southern rural black women.
Creating young women leaders through programs like the Unita Blackwell Leadership Institute.
Lifting women from poverty through a coop that accesses land and builds a business around food.
Local black female community leaders making grassroots strides in public policy and human rights.
Worker-owned companies to build economic development.