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How to Support the Struggle Against Police Brutality

By Clare Lampen with The Cut
Photo: Stephen Maturen, Getty Images

As Black leaders across the world led millions into the streets in protest of the police murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and too many more, SURJ

4 Questions About Sustaining Ongoing Allyship, Answered

Article by Team Repeller
Graphic by Lorenza Centi

The online publication Repeller interviewed SURJ Leadership Team Member Hilary Moore about how white people can sustain their efforts in fights for justice:

After marching, setting up recurring donations, and engaging in

Talking With Relatives Across the Political Divide

By Madeline Halpert
Art by Jimmy Simpson

SURJ’s Communications Director, Grace Aheron, spoke with the New York Times about SURJ’s toolkit for engaging friends and family in conversations about racial justice and the ongoing uprisings:

Grace Aheron, the communications director

Dear white people: Being an ally isn’t always what you think

By DEEPTI HAJELA and LEANNE ITALIE
Photo from Associated Press

SURJ co-founder and current Leadership Team member, Carla Wallace, was quoted in the Associated Press, speaking to why we must re-think the concept of “white allyship”:

“In this moment, white

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