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SURJ Endorses Attica Scott for KY-03

Can you imagine a working class Black woman from Kentucky- who was a leader in the uprisings against police brutality in Louisville in 2020- elected to US Congress to challenge the power of Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul?

Attica Scott-

Book launch: How our movements defeated Trump

“Thanks to… this immensely valuable collection, the lessons gleaned from an array of successful organizing strategies will not be lost to the historical amnesia that often claims such local but transformative work.” — Angela Y. Davis

Multi-racial grassroots movements defeated

graphic reads "rethinking Thanksgiving: solidarity with Indigenous resistance." Below the text are black and white portraits of three people: Julia Tasuil, Khury Peterson-Smith, and Krystal Two Bulls.

Rethinking Thanksgiving

Indigenous solidarity is an essential part of the struggle for racial justice. We know this nation was built on stolen land and broken treaties — and that Indigenous people today continue to be subjected to racist violence in the form

image show a large group of people wearing black tshirts at a park. They are raising their fists. The graphic reads "launch of citizens for a safer Cleveland."

I believe our movements can win.

by Erin Heaney, SURJ National Director

I believe our movements can win. And I know white people have a crucial role to play in getting us to the world we all deserve. 

Over the course of the next eight weeks,

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