As we wait to hear the US Supreme Court's decision in the Milligan v. Merrill case, we cannot sit idly by. Join us at an upcoming event and get involved now! The Fight for Fair Maps Continues.
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What's on the

The Supreme Court’s decision in Milligan v. Merrill will affirm or undermine the ability of local actors to hold their governments accountable to democratic standards. The future of our literal and collective family is on the line. Democracy, Freedom, and the Legacy of the Supreme Court and this Country are on the Line.

How did we get here? Where are we going?

Nov. 3, 2021
Alabama Legislature approved Congressional, Legislative and Board of Education maps.
Nov. 16, 2021
Milligan v. Merrill filed against state of Alabama alleging VRA section 2 violation in Congressional maps.
Jan. 24, 2022
Three judge panel ruled Congressional map violates Section 2 of VRA and orders a new map to be drawn.
Feb. 7, 2022
Supreme Court issued stay in a 5-4 ruling, which allowed the Congressional map to be in place for 2022 election.
Oct. 4, 2022
Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case.
By Summer 2023
The Supreme Court will issue a decision on the case. If maps are overturned the state will have to redraw.
we are ready for change

Listen to ``Narissa's Home (Just One)`` from the Caregiver's Road Trip album.

This song is the product of a collaboration between the Shake the Field artists collective and featured artist Felt Five Thompson. This song explores the compromises people make to build ideas about home, the way the stories we tell about home shape our identities, and the ways in which redistricting impact our idea of home.

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