May 14th: Understanding SURJ values and the role of white people in movements for racial justice
Thank you to everyone who has been able to join us for our Spring dialogue series!
This past month we have been busy participating in the efforts against the anti-immigrant legislation coming out of the Arizona legislature, have protested Trump in Tucson, and gathered together with many of you in learning and in action against white supremacy and settler-colonialism.
In the past month, Tucson SURJ members have shown up for racial justice: at the march at the Arizona state capitol in Phoenix, at the Trump rally in Tucson, and at the settler-colonialism workshop in early April. Tucson SURJ members have lots of exciting things in the works right now! Folks are planning a book club on The Indigenous People’s History of the United States, and a solidarity trip to Oak Flat. We also have two more workshops planned as part of our Spring workshop series, and some exciting things in the works for the summer months. Stay tuned for more updates from Tucson SURJ, and find out more about our ongoing work and upcoming events!”
Liz & Leah with Tucson SURJ