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The people of Jackson, Mississippi are still living in a state of crisis – and it’s being made worse by the racist and anti-democratic attempts by the state government to take over the city’s water system and strip power from the people.

Portrait of Hannah LaBaron, who has light skin and brown hair, wears a reddish, pink shirt and smiles at the camera.

The work for justice will always be a uphill battle, and we'll always keep going, says activist Hannah LeBaron. More on what sustains her in this fight.

Former Corporate Accountability staff member and organizer Kirsten Cross, speaking at the GE campaign victory party. She holds a folder of materials, and is surrounded by other excited volunteers.

We remember a long-time organizational leader and friend, who passed after a bout with pancreatic cancer earlier this year.

Your generosity will help power the campaign for the human right to water across Africa and beyond.

This #GivingTuesday, join us and stand in solidarity with our allies who are organizing for water justice in North America, Africa, and beyond.