SURJ Disability meets weekly to build community and take action with other white disabled people. This week, in the first of several conversations, we’re inviting the broader SURJ community to explore the many ways that SURJ’s organizational guiding stars of economic justice and abolition connect to ableism and white supremacy.
On July 25th at 5 pm PT/ 8 pm ET, we’ll have an open discussion to define ableism, explore how it functions in our society to uphold white supremacy culture, and discuss how antiracist activists can embrace anti-ableism in their movement work. From eugenics to slavery, ableism and white supremacy have an inseparable legacy. Join us to learn more on Sunday.