about the project

about the project

The Solidarity Is This Project

The United States is quickly transforming into a nation where people of color will become the majority population. Yet, communities of color, indigenous peoples, Muslims, immigrants and refugees are facing unprecedented levels of physical violence and displacement, incarceration and deportation, and walls and bans. People with multiple identities – Black and Muslim, undocumented and queer, for example – face even greater threats. It is vital then that we connect issues, people, and experiences together to reach our shared goals of power, inclusion, justice, and equity.

Welcome to Solidarity Is This, a project that provides individuals and organizations with tools, resources, and ideas to foster meaningful solidarity practices that bring about power, equity, inclusion and justice.

How can you get involved?

• Listen to and share our monthly podcast called Solidarity Is This, which features the practices of activists and organizers who are responding to the current national climate through a solidarity framework.
Listen to the first episode, Bystander, Upstander.

• Explore and contribute to The Solidarity Syllabus, a curriculum and clearinghouse of information that can be used to understand and build solidarity.

• Join a series of Solidarity Summits that bring people advancing the concept of #NoBanNoWallNoRaids together

• Share your ideas on solidarity practices in various contexts, from campaigns to workplaces to schools

Contact us at solidaritycampaign@gmail.com with questions, ideas, and your resources on solidarity practice.

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