Brian A. McCoy Sr.  joined the ACLU of Mississippi as an Advocacy Intern in 2019 before getting a promotion to Advocacy Coordinator.  Now he focuses on the affiliate’s criminal justice reform, voter rights, and legislation policy. He is a native of Jackson, MS. Prior to joining the ACLU, he worked in the Jackson Public Schools system as an history teacher. While working as a teacher, Brian realized his passion to support and service those in need. Brian is also a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Inc., 100 Black Men of Jackson, Young Democrats of Mississippi, and the Masonic Stringer Lodge. Brian is a graduate of Jackson State University with an B.A. in history, an M.A. in urban & regional planning, and is currently pursuing a doctorate in public policy and administration.  He is the father of 2 kids, Brian A. McCoy Jr. and McCartney G.R. McCoy.

Brian McCoy
Advocacy Coordinator
ACLU of Mississippi
P.O. Box 2242
Jackson, MS 39225
bmccoy@aclu-ms.org
601-354-3408