What’s next: Resisting White Supremacy in a Trump World

December 5, 2016 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Southside Presbyterian Church
317 W 23rd St
Tucson, AZ 85713


“Join Tucson Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) for an open meeting Monday December 5th at 6 pm. We will be sharing ways to get involved and take action against white supremacy in a Trump presidency

We know that the majority of white people voted for Trump, regardless of age, income or gender. Some were galvanized by his white supremacist, Islamophobic, and misogynist platform, and others were simply not deterred by it. This election is part of a larger dangerous takeover of the far right’s white supremacist agenda, one that will disproportionately impact people of color, immigrants, LGBTQ people, Muslims, people with disabilities, poor people, and women. We know these are scary and dangerous times, and that as white people committed to ending white supremacy, we must up our dedication, capacity, and boldness dramatically.

We must get ready to stand alongside and behind communities most impacted by a Trump presidency and the white supremacist violence it emboldens. When our undocumented, DACA-mented or Muslim friends and co-workers are under attack from registries or raids, we must be ready to put our bodies on the line in defense.

And, we also must grow our ways of relating to and bringing in the white communities that didn’t vote, or that elected Trump. We commit to having new and difficult conversations with a widening circle of white folks in our lives and communities. We don’t have the blueprint, but we commit to taking risks, getting outside of our bubbles and comfort zones, and bringing new people in.
We invite you to join us in these efforts, in ways that are bold and meaningful to you.”


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