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Take Action to #DefundHate Against Immigrants

Each year, the federal government spends over $25 Billion on Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) to fund a system that cages and abuses immigrants and people seeking asylum at our borders. Will you take

FREE Concert for Jobs, Climate, & Care in Philly Aug 13

Our communities can’t wait any longer for a path to recovery during the COVID-19 pandemic. We need Congress to stay in session until they pass a legislative package that supports working people with meaningful investments in jobs, climate, care, housing,

Building People Power in Rural Appalachian Ohio

The President, Congress, and the Supreme Court just failed millions of tenants across the country by caving to the pressure of greedy landlords and developers and allowing the CDC Eviction Moratorium to end.

For many families renting, especially those in

Sheriff Battle Heating Up in Buffalo, NY

Across the country, the SURJ network is organizing towards abolition. We know the vision set by Black movement leaders is a path towards a world where human life is valued more than systems of punishment and control. The road away

Image is the logo for the Rowan County Listening Project: the words "Rowan County" are written in blue while the words "Listening Project" are in Orange, over an outline of Rowan County.

Breaking the Right in Kentucky

Last week, we shared how SURJ’s organizing in Kentucky will connect tens of thousands of voters next year. Exciting and transformational candidates like Senate candidate Charles Booker and Congressional candidate Attica Scott are possible because of years of organizing in

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

SURJ’s new look to face the work ahead

A note from our national director, Erin Heaney:

Dear SURJ family, 

This year, we have experienced unprecedented growth. As Black leadership across the world led people into the streets and into action in support of Black lives, we welcomed thousands

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