Conversation on Community Self-Determination

On Thursday, August 17, Southern Anti-Racism Network (SARN) will host a Black August event to bring attention to the principle of self-determination and the use of community wealth. The event will be held at the Columbus Public Library Auditorium, 3000 Macon Road, 6:00-8:00pm. (August 17 is also known as Marcus Garvey Day. Marcus Garvey, August […]

Conversation on Race and Health Care

On Thursday, June 22, the Southern Anti-Racism Network (SARN) will host a “Conversation on Race and Health Care” at the Stanford L. Warren Library, 1201 Fayetteville Street in Durham, 6:00-8:00pm. Dr. Elaine Hart-Brothers, Community Health Coalition, will present “On Ways to Close the Same Old Gap”. Dr, Jonathan Kotch, Health Care for All NC, will […]

Screening of “13th”

On Saturday, June 3, Columbus Public Library and the Southern Anti-Racism Network hosted a screening and discussion of “13th”, the acclaimed documentary about the impact of the 13th Amendment. Approximately 20 people attended the screening and discussion of that followed on mass incarceration and “slavery by another name”. Theresa El-Amin, Regional Director, Southern Anti-Racism Network […]

Public forum on Camelot Education issue

On Thursday, May 11, 5-8pm, Southern Anti-Racism Network (SARN) will host a second forum on the Camelot Education issue. Meeting to be held at North Columbus Public Library. “We’ll do this meeting Durham style.”, says Theresa El-Amin, SARN regional director, Further explaining, “In Durham, we don’t tell people what they can say, just how long […]

Parents Advocate for Special Needs Students

Tuesday, April 18 6pm – 8pm Mildred L. Terry Public Library 640 Veterans Pkwy, Columbus, GA 31901 On Tuesday, April 18, 6:00-8:00pm, a forum at Mildred Terry Library, 640 Veterans Pkwy will highlight the advocacy of parents of children with special needs. Camelot Education and Southern Anti-Racism Network are co-sponsoring the event. “Exclusion, segregation and […]

Celebrate with SARN on April 9th in Durham!

Celebrate with  Southern Anti-Racism Network!   Sunday, April 9, 2017 5-7 pm Hayti Heritage Center 804 Old Fayetteville St, Durham, NC 27701 Join us for an evening of music with Jasme Kelly, renowned jazz singer. “Her music is both gripping and smooth.” Support our work as we welcome Theresa El-Amin back to North Carolina and […]

Share and Support new video from OkayAfrica and BAJI

From Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI): This week, the Black Alliance for Just Immigration and OkayAfrica have teamed up to deliver a timely PSA video regarding the recent Muslim ban and other executive orders. View the Video here – http://www.okayafrica.com/video/video-3-things-you-need-to-know-if-confronted-about-your-immigration-status/ The spokesperson, Yasmin Yonis, is a fierce human rights activist, writer author and speaker. Yasmin […]

Charlotte SURJ chapter disbanded

The decision to disband by Charlotte SURJ could be described as a drastic response to a rather obvious formation error. All white groups training “not-very-conscious” white people is a bit dangerous. No structure for accountability to folks fighting for their liberation from white supremacy/racism. Accountability is necessary if you understand self-determination of oppressed peoples. SARN […]