Anti-Racism Meetup Groups

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Sponsored by the UU Metro NY Racial and Social Justice Consultant, these meet-ups give us a chance to get active in our communities and work to transform systems.

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Justice Lovers
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Male supremacy must end. Oppression and violence is not natural nor inevitable and neither is patriarchy or any other kind of kyriarchy (a neologism meaning a collection of interlocking and intersecting systems of oppression). Radical feminism, in th

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We're the NYC local of the Democratic Socialists of America, the largest socialist organization in the country. We fight for more democracy -- in our politics, our workplaces, our economy. Our members are building progressive movements for social ch

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Guilford Anti-Racism Alliance (GARA) is an anti-racist, information-sharing, collaborative, discussion-and-action group that has been meeting regularly for more than 10 years. GARA consists of three partly overlapping caucuses (People of Color Caucu

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We may not see an end to institutional and structural racism in our lifetimes, but we can continue to tear down these structures, brick by brick, if we join together to continue to raise our awareness, gather more information, plan, take action, eval

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PHC believes that to be human is to be interdependent and interconnected with all of humanity. The absolute sacred nature of each person is the beginning and the end of a just society. The guiding principles of all human interaction must be empathy,

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The Minnesota Psychology Association Diversity Committee invites psychologists to gather for movies, theater, and art events that touch on matters of diversity followed by relevant discussion.

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Spanning Tree will be a feminist hacker/maker space for people who identify as women in a way that is meaningful to them, as well as agender people. We welcome people of color, trans and genderqueer women, and people with disabilities.

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sparkly unicorns
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Do you care deeply about peace, social justice and economic fairness? Do you think globally but yearn for a way to act locally? As well as being anti-racist and anti-sexist, do you want to work against racism and sexism? Are you looking for an outlet

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The Durham Jacobin Reading Group is a discussion group for the socialist quarterly Jacobin Magazine. It is a safe and nonsectarian community space for radical progressives in the Research Triangle (Durham, Chapel Hill, Raleigh). Participants with any

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November 20, 2014

This is a group for people that want to educate themselves about racism in America and support each other as we learn about racism and commit to fighting it. We acknowledge that we don't live in a post-racial society and that those of us who experien

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November 10, 2014

Let's fight together racism! Our goal is to create a world without discrimination A world without racism, where nobody can judge you by your race. WE ARE ALL FROM THE SAME PLANET! * Who should join: Any colours are welcome haha * Why should members j

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October 28, 2014

We are a group of people dedicated to dismantling racism through dialogue and mutual support. We will be hosting weekly discussion groups on the subject of racism and racial inequality in the united states. We welcome anyone who is interested in crea

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Antiracist Allies
October 28, 2014

White Activists Unite fighting to bring consciousness to our communities fighting the American White Supremacist movement that began upon the arrival of the first Colonists to the shores of the now United States. White supremacy has controlled the li

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White Anti-Racist Activists
October 24, 2014

Spanning Tree will be a feminist hacker/maker space for people who identify as women in a way that is meaningful to them, as well as agender people. We welcome people of color, trans and genderqueer women, and people with disabilities.

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sparkly unicorns
October 7, 2014

The Durham Jacobin Reading Group is a discussion group for the socialist quarterly Jacobin Magazine. It is a safe and nonsectarian community space for radical progressives in the Research Triangle (Durham, Chapel Hill, Raleigh). Participants with any

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socialists
September 9, 2014

Racially motivated crimes & Racial slurs against North East Indians+ Female infanticide, Sexual assaults, Dowry demands, Harassment at the work-place & Eve teasing angers me. I intend to do something, need your ideas, your help & your strength.

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August 15, 2014

here to disrupt the system, organize, and fight for the all important cause for liberation of the oppressed.

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July 7, 2014

Beneficial Group discussions and creating a community of action through, Theater, Workshops, Motivational Speeches and Activism. Community Organized events on Racism, Defending Gay/Human Rights, Exploring racism and the wonderful solutions available

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Conquering Racism Activist
February 19, 2014

Sponsored by the UU Metro NY Racial and Social Justice Consultant, these meet-ups give us a chance to get active in our communities and work to transform systems.

273
Justice Lovers
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