This year, SRBLSA invites you to #PullUpOrShutUp by voting during your local and national elections. As a non-partisan initiative, we simply want you to use your voices at the polls to advocate for changes that you wish to see within your communities.


If you want to see laws change that will improve the quality of your community - #PullUpOrShutUp

If you want leadership that represents whatever your personal values are - #PullUpOrShutUp

If you want to see better relations between communities and police - #PullUpOrShutUp


We challenge our leadership, members, followers, and supporters to be agents of lasting change by engaging with the communities we serve. We must be present!


It is for that reason that SRBLSA Attorney General, Shaelan Williams; SRBLSA Social Action Director, Makia Jenkins; and SRBLSA Program Director, India Whaley, have curated a list of community organizations that are actively working within the community to make it a better place for all Americans to enjoy. Check out the list below and get involved!


If you have any questions, please contact the SRBLSA Attorney General, Shaelan Williams at srblsa.ag@nblsa.org!

In Partnership with

until the general election on November 3, 2020



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About Us

The Southern Region of the Black Law Students Association ("SRBLSA") is a regional affiliate of the National Black Law Students Association (“NBLSA”), a student-run, national organization formed to articulate and promote the needs and goals of Black law students. 

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