Past webinars

Organizing White People to Stop Another Jan 6th

One year later, we’re still asking ourselves, “How did January 6th happen? And what can we do to stop this kind of thing from happening again?”

We know that the majority of actors in the insurrection were white and were

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Abolishing Slavery, For Real, with Worth Rises

Passed in 1865, the Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is celebrated for abolishing slavery and involuntary servitude. Still today, more than 150 years later, people who are incarcerated and detained across our country are disproportionately Black and brown and

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Combating Antisemitism

In this webinar, we break down how antisemitism upholds white supremacy historically and today, and how, in light of that connection, we can all show up more powerfully in combating antisemitism and fighting for the rights and dignity of Palestinians.

Stop Line 3: Learn About What’s Happening and Take Action

In this time of immense climate catastrophe and inadequate government response, Indigenous-led movements across the country are fighting for a survivable future for us all.

In this webinar, Giniw Collective, SURJ, Indigenous Solidarity Network, Catalyst Project, Rising Tide North America,

Fighting the Right’s Attack on CRT in Schools

The Right is using Critical Race Theory (CRT) as its latest racist dog whistle. The attacks are having major consequences– 26 states have either passed or have pending legislation to ban talking about systemic racism in the classroom. Educators, especially

Ableism: A Tool of White Supremacy

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

The Fight to Invest in Communities Not Prisons

In this webinar, learn about how a multi-racial coalition of organizers is winning a fight to stop the construction of new prisons in Alabama and invest in communities instead… and how you can get involved.

Featured panelists include members of

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