The easiest way to find local White antiracist groups is to look at SURJ’s list – which includes SURJ chapters as well as other White antiracist groups – organized by state and city. SURJ (Showing Up for Racial Justice) is a nationwide network of White antiracist groups, with chapters in roughly 100 cities. For building White working-class antiracism, see SURJ’s commitment to such organizing, as well as the more explicitly radical, self-defense oriented group, Redneck Revolt.
White antiracist groups, historically and in the present, tend to be predominantly female. White women and LGBT people are far more likely join antiracist groups than men, and especially straight men. STAND is one example of an organization working to bring White men into antiracist work.Continue reading