Cross Cultural Solidarityis creating Racial Justice Resources
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This Patreon is based on a pay-what-you-can model: starting with the price of a latte, you’ll get access to works-in-progress so you can see what’s in the pipeline, as well as invites to gatherings to discuss new writings from Cross Cultural Solidarity. This project would need 800 supporters at this level to be fully funded, so help spread the word, and thanks for contributing at whatever level you can!
Embodying the grassroots
This project's goal is to be fully funded by a broad, grassroots community that believes in the work. This tier embodies that grassroots goal: it represents what many working people could realistically commit to in a stress-free way. The project would need 400 patrons at this level to be fully funded.
I appreciate your level of commitment!
At this level you’re really pushing the creation of powerful racial justice histories forward. Just four donors at this level, over the course of a year, allow for a full week of work on racial justice history. That’s a big chunk of research time, which then turns into writing which can educate us all.
About Cross Cultural Solidarity
Here’s what you’ll help create by becoming a supporter:
1: In 2020 this Patreon allowed for the creation of 33 deep-dive resource pages on the topics of systemic racism, contemporary and historical White supremacy, and multiracial solidarity. In 2021, the goal is nothing less than creating a series of comprehensive resources on the full range of Black freedom struggle history, with an estimated 15 resource pages for the civil rights movement alone. We’ll need to triple our support to accomplish such an enormous endeavor, so please share this with your communities!
2: The second goal for 2021 is to build up The White Antiracist Ancestry Project, a series of writings and trainings about White antiracist history, designed to strengthen White antiracist organizing today. The project has been a source of inspiration and support for White antiracist organizations around the country, from small rural groups just getting started to SURJ Atlanta and New York City. You can make a one-time donation to that project here, read more about the vision here, and see workshop testimonials here. Organizing White people to effectively show up for racial justice is a critical factor in achieving racial equity, which is why Malcolm X, SNCC, and the Black Power Movement all asked White folks in the movement to engage in organizing their communities. Learning how that was done effectively in the past is essential for doing that work well today.
Cross Cultural Solidarity’s resources are freely available and reach thousands of people each month, so your support will make a big impact!
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