SURJ Announcements

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

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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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Image shows a group of 4 white people who look to be in their 30's, standing outside. One of them is holding a Kim Beaty yard sign.

This fight is personal- and urgent

Sending greetings from my hometown, Buffalo, where we are in the final throes of a big fight. As many of you know, my family has lived and organized here for generations.

Our Sheriff Office is the largest in New York

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