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[…]
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[…]
Thanks for writing to protesters who were locked up during the Charlotte Uprising! Please, in your letter, do not talk about any specifics about the Uprising, or about any details of their case. Please read below before you get started. Write a Letter Writing a letter to a political prisoner is a concrete way to[…]
Towards the “Other America”: Anti-Racist Resources for White People Taking Action for Black Lives Matter A call to action to end white silence and a manual on how to do it. In addition to his own soul-searching essays and practical organizing advice in his “notes to activists,” Chris Crass lifts up the voices of longtime white[…]
Triangle SURJ joins with other groups and individuals across North Carolina to demand the repeal of HB2.
Allocate your money, direct your energy, and lift up the leadership of queer and trans People of Color. We’ve got a few organizations in mind.
We offer this list as one way to recognize and encourage support for the crucial work for liberation that Black people, People of Color, immigrants, and Indigenous people have been doing in many forms in this area for years. We encourage you to add to this list by posting a comment.