The We Are All Mississippi Coalition is hosting a series of town hall meetings, titled "Community Conversations," in response to discrimination in Mississippi. Meetings will take place throughout May and early June in the following cities: Biloxi, Hattiesburg, McComb, Natchez, Greenville, Holly Springs, Tupelo, Columbus, Meridian, and Jackson.

These town halls serve as an open space for communities to share concerns, ask questions, and get answers about the meaning of religious liberty, the importance of non-discrimination polices, and the need to change the flag.

All meetings are free and open to the public.

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Mississippi House Bill 1523

The so-called Protecting Freedom of Conscience from Government Discrimination Act isn't about protecting anyone from "government discrimination," it's about sanctioning discrimination against members of our society.

HB 1523: A Law Like No Other

Religious Liberty: Government Promotion of Religion

Using Religion to Discriminate

What HB 1523 Will Do

Big Backlash

We Are All Mississippi

HB 1523: Everyone Is At Risk! (Talking Points)

See Floor Debates on HB 1523 (Courtesy of Mississippi College School of Law Legislative History Project)

City of Biloxi Issues Resolution for Commitment to Diversity & Hospitality

City of Jackson Passes Resolution Against HB 1523

City of Natchez Issues Resolution for Commitment to Diversity & Hospitality

Editorial: Religious accommodation, religious liberty, religious freedom, or just plain discrimination?

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