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Accountability Statement

Triangle SURJ will continue to struggle with important critiques and questions raised by organizers and Leaders of Color and white anti-racism activists about the role and work of white people and their accountability in the movement for racial justice. We deeply appreciate the time racial justice workers have taken to document what they’ve learned about[…]

TSURJ Community Workshop Now Available for Groups

After nearly a year of preparation and curriculum-building, TSURJ has launched a popular education workshop entitled “It’s Not {Just} Personal.” This two-hour workshop, created in response to Leaders of Color urging SURJ groups nationally to take initiative, is intended for anyone interested in understanding more about the ways in which racism operates in our society[…]

Immigrant Solidarity

Triangle SURJ encourages you to show love, welcome, and solidarity with immigrants in the Triangle and across the state. See below for a partial list of immigrant and refugee rights groups and organizations that you could donate to and support. We invite you to research the groups, as they have different models, focuses, funding, and[…]