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Short description 12 words or fewer.
[eg: "VA chapter of national group focused on Gun Violence Prevention" ]
VA Congressional District of your headquarters [Format: VA-01, VA-02, VA-03, etc.]
In 2020, with what state/s will your group work?
[Format: NC, IA, PA. Enter US, if entire country]
Will your group work on 2020 VA Elections?
What VA Congressional Districts are you focusing on? (e.g. VA-1, VA-2, VA-5, VA-7, VA-9, VA-10 )
Describe what your group is doing this year.
Did your group work on 2019 VA Elections?
In what VA House Districts did you work?
(e.g. HD-10, HD-12, HD-13, HD-21, HD-27, HD-28, HD-31, HD-40, HD-50, HD-51,)
In what VA Senate Districts did you work?
(e.g. SD-7, SD-8, SD-10, SD-12, SD-13, SD-17)
Describe what your group did.
What VA Congressional Districts did you focus on? (e.g. VA-1, VA-2, VA-5, VA-7, VA-9, VA-10 )
What did your group do 2018?
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Calling people in, not calling out
Our focus is on working with white people who are invested in anti-racism and want to take action for racial justice. We are committed to inviting white people into this movement.
Taking risks, learning, and keep going
People of color take risks just by living their lives with full dignity. They also put themselves on the line for justice. We challenge ourselves and other white people to take risks as well, to stand up against racist systems, actions, and structures every day.
Tap into white mutual interests
Our own liberation as white people, our own humanity, is inextricably linked to racial justice. Mutual interest means our own freedom is bound up in the freedom of people of color.
Accountability through action
We maintain ongoing relationships, individually and organizationally, with leaders and organizations led by people of color. We are committed to the work of moving more white people into action in our local communities, regionally, and nationally for racial justice.
Enough for everyone
Dominant white culture teaches us to feel isolation and scarcity in everything we do. Resources are structurally and unequally distributed, but we believe there is enough for all of us. We raise resources to support people of color-led efforts while doing our own work.
We are showing up to challenge racism. Together we can make the world we want and need. Join us.