SPARK’s mission is to build new leadership, change culture, and advance knowledge in Georgia and the South to ensure individuals and communities have resources and power to make sustainable and liberatory decisions about our bodies, gender, sexualities, and lives.
SPARK envisions a world where economic, social and cultural equity, restorative justice, body autonomy, and comprehensive reproductive and sexual freedom exists; where all people are empowered, valued, and able to make liberatory decisions about their communities, families, and lives.
SPARK works to ensure the liberation of all people, but our analysis is specifically anchored in the historical lasting legacy of the enslavement and exploitation of Black people in the South, this legacy includes economic disenfranchisement, racial inequality, and reproductive oppression, all of which were at the site of labor domination, violence and experimentation. This is why we center Black women, women of color and Queer/Trans Young People of color.
*Transgender, gender-fluid, and gender non-conforming.
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