A voice for low income South Carolinians for social, legal, & economic justice.

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Parent Guide for K-12 Students

In this guide, we share the rights that parents and students have when it comes to K-12 education in South Carolina.

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SC Healthcare Voices

Visit our sister site schealthcarevoices.org to learn about the importance of Medicaid and hear stories from South Carolinians using the program.

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Housing for All: SC Tenant Voices

Find resources, facts, and information about the importance of affordable housing at our SC Tenant Voices project homepage.

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Bank and Credit Unions that Provide Small Dollar Loans in South Carolina

Payday, auto title and high cost/small dollar installment loans offer an easy solution to get a small or moderate amount of money quickly, but with one big catch. They are often difficult to pay off and many times put a consumer into a debt spiral that can keep them on the hook for years. There are…

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Applications for Free/Reduced School Meals in SC Returns for 2022-2023

Español abajoParents, you may have to fill out a free/reduced school lunch meal application for the 2022-2023 school year. Pandemic protections over the past two school years that have let children receive free school meals without the need for applications has ended. This means a return for many school districts to pre-pandemic policies. Check with…

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SC Housing Stories: Providing the Foundation For a Future | Homeless No More

Welcome to the second feature in our South Carolina Housing Stories project! In this series, we will be talking with advocates, community members, and more about housing issues in South Carolina and discuss the need for housing investments in our state. We spoke with Lila Anna Sauls, the President and CEO of Homeless No More…

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