Support SURJ SF's 2021 Fundraiser:
Can't Stop, Won't Stop!
Can't Stop, Won't Stop!
Community Stops White Supremacy so in 2021 we Can't Stop Won't Stop Showing Up for Racial Justice! #CSWS
SURJ San Francisco is running our first fundraising campaign of 2021 to raise money for BIPOC-led racial justice organizations and bolster our efforts to undermine white support for white supremacy and help build a racially just society.
If everyone on our newsletter mailing list raised or contributed just $23 we'd meet our goal of $50,000. At least half of the money raised in this campaign will be passed along directly to local BIPOC-led partner orgs. The remainder will go to cover fiscal sponsor administrative costs, rent spaces and pay for speakers at SURJ events and be passed along to support SURJ chapters organizing in rural areas. Please give today or forward to your friends and loved ones who want to be part of the ongoing fight as part of a powerful multi-racial, cross-class movement to force the system of white supremacy to crumble.
At least half of the funds raised by this fundraiser will be passed along directly to the following Black, Indigenous and People of Color-led grassroots organizations in the Bay Area: No New SF Jails, Abundant Beginnings, Wealth and Disparities in the Black Community and Justice for Mario Woods, AROC, Faith in Action, Al Otro Lado, Coleman Advocates, DPH Must Divest, CURB, TGIJP, and the SF Bayview Newspaper.
Rather donate directly to a local social justice organization? SURJ SF supports fundraising efforts that follow the leadership of and meet the self-identified needs of SF-based BIPOC-led organizations. Please consider a donation to one of the groups below.
The SF Bay View National Black Newspaper
Founded in 1976, The Bay View National Black Newspaper, is a communications network for the Black community worldwide. They research and write thought-provoking stories and commentary on the full range of Black trials and triumphs. The paper covers the Black economy, politics, arts, education, history, current events, health, and religion, along with stunning color photography.
Ramaytush Ohlone—Yunakin Land Tax
The Ramaytush (pronounced rah-my-toosh) are the original peoples of the San Francisco Peninsula. Prior to the arrival of the Spanish, the Ramaytush Ohlone numbered approximately 1500 persons, but by the end the Mission Period only a few families had survived. Today, only one lineage is know to have produced living descendants in the present. Those descendants comprise the membership of the Association of Ramaytush Ohlone (ARO) today.
The Yunakin Land Tax is a financial contribution made by residents who live along the San Francisco Peninsula in San Francisco County, in San Mateo County, and the portion of Santa Clara County northwest from Cupertino. You can make a one time or recurring contribution.
Abundant Beginnings Collective
Abundant Beginnings Collective (ABC) is a collectively run, black-led community education and empowerment initiative that is re-imagining how communities can grow learners who think critically, live responsibly, and create meaningful change. Curriculum development and community education are the focus of their work in the Bay Area.
Al Otro Lado
Al Otro Lado is a bi-national, social justice legal services organization serving indigent deportees, migrants, and refugees in Tijuana, Mexico. Our mission is to provide legal services and to uplift our immigrant communities by defending the rights of migrants against systemic injustices in the legal system. We engage vital partnerships and thousands of volunteers to provide essential legal services to migrants at the Southern Border in Tijuana and throughout Southern California.
Arab Resource and Organizing Center
Arab Resource and Organizing Center (AROC) is a grassroots organization working to empower and organize our community towards justice and self-determination for all. AROC members build community power in the Bay Area by participating in leadership development, political education, and campaigns.
Wealth and Disparities in the Black Community -
Justice 4 Mario Woods
Justice 4 Mario Woods
Justice 4 Mario Woods seeks justice for a 2016 victim of police brutality, Mario Woods, who was murdered by the SFPD, and other victims of police violence.
Their top three demands are:
Fire Chief Suhr or he resigns (ACHIEVED May 19, 2016)
Charges for killer cops
Independent (pattern & practice) Investigation of SFPD