The 912 Project Hattiesburg is a very active group and is made up of a very dedicated group of Americans who believe that our country was founded on Christian values and who cherish the freedoms that our founding fathers and thousands of patriots since fought for.

We hold a variety of events that include not only protests to let our voices be heard, but also membership meetings and informal gatherings to allow us to share our views and to get together with like-minded patriots who believe in God and country.  Our first'Tea Party' was held on April 15, 2009 in conjunction with events being held in cities around the country and was attended by over 1,100 people.

We held a Health Care Reform Symposium on July 13 that featured a panel of 8 speakers who drove in from Jackson and the Coast to present a wide range of expert views on the pending health care legislation. These are just a few of the 20 events held since our inception in February.

Our next event, a Hattiesburg Taxpayer Protest, is scheduled for Saturday, September 12 and will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Town Square Park in historic downtown Hattiesburg, the same location that we used April 15. Although there are many from our state who will be traveling to Washington, D.C. for the national 'March on Washington' that day, we expect a large crowd and urge everyone to arrive at least a half hour early.

Our calendar may also list national events being held by other 912 groups or other groups that we are affiliated with, such as Smart Girl Politics, the Independence Caucus, the Mississippi Tea Party, We the People and a host of others who share the beliefs that we do.

If you have a question about an event, please contact us and we will do our best to answer your questions.



Ted Tibbett of WMXI-FM holds a microphone for Chaplain Fulcher as he leads in prayer for the April 15 2009 Taxpayer Protest.
Mississippi Senator Chris McDaniel addressed the crowd at a membership meeting held on April 6 2009.