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  1. Accomplices Not Allies: Abolishing the Ally Industrial Complex

    This article breaks down the differences between allyship and being an accomplice within anti-oppression work. The authors explore key interventions to ...
  2. Whites Only: SURJ And The Caucasian Invasion Of Racial Justice Spaces

    A historical and present-day exploration of white-led anti-racism groups and the inherent pitfalls of such groups. The author specifically focuses on th...
  3. Can We Talk About Whiteness?

    This podcast explores whiteness from different perspectives: a college student, college professors, etc. There is a call to action to understand your o...
  4. DSURJ Resource Curation

    The Research and Resources group of DSURJ is working to develop a resource database that uplifts and supports the voices of BIPOC leaders in the sphere of activism to move white people to local, accountable, anti-racist action. In service of this g...
  5. Stop Funding Systemic Racism. This List Can Help.

    This list of companies was created and published by a Black-owned investment firm called Robasciotti and Philipson: it contains a list of companies that...
  6. When black people are in pain, white people just join book clubs

    A call to action for white people to do deeper self-examination and examination of the systems they are complicit in and engage in the work of dismantli...
  7. The Difference Between Cultural Exchange and Cultural Appropriation

    The author explores the line between appropriate forms of cultural exchange and patterns of appropriation, within the lens of western culture. While the...
  8. Us vs them: the sinister techniques of ‘Othering’ – and how to avoid them

    It is common for white folx to refer to marginalized groups using us/them language, which is problematic for a lot of reasons, mostly because it contrib...
  9. Befriending Becky: On The Imperative Of Intersectional Solidarity

    The author challenges readers - particularly white women - to reflect on the idea that when advocating for others, we often don’t know what we’re talkin...
  10. Racial Discrimination in Face Recognition Technology

    This blog post describes the ways in which facial recognition technology is inequitable. The technology is much more accurate for white men than for dar...