"We need you defecting from White supremacy and changing the narrative of White supremacy by breaking White silence."
- Alicia Garza, co-founder Black Lives Matter and Special Projects Director at the National Domestic Worker Alliance
Thank you for joining SURJ-DFW!
Thank you for showing up at our four meetings in Dallas and Fort Worth, for signing up for our 6 Working Groups, for liking our Facebook page and joining our Facebook Group, thanks for combining your voice with thousands of others across the US calling for equity. We have over 300 people on our email list since the events of the week of July 4 receiving this first email blast. We are a rapidly growing organization of volunteers connecting to the movement. Look here to find out what our Working Groups are doing, how you can contribute, links to our past meetings, and opportunities to engage in national calls. Hope to see you at our next meeting!
In Solidarity,
Julianna & Carrie

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Our next Mass Meeting is tentatively scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 25 6-8 pm at First Unitarian Church of Dallas 
MAPB Letter Writing Campaign  Beginning 9/16
SURJ members have worked together to compose a powerful letter to the Dallas Mayor and City Council in support of Mothers Against Police Brutality's nine-point policy platform for police reform in Dallas. By September 16, SURJ will launch a campaign to send hundreds of letters to the Dallas Mayor and City Council.  

5th Annual CAAS Opening Cerremony
October 5 5:30-7:30PM   UC Bluebonnet (UTA University Center, Bluebonnet Room)
"Privilege: the unspoken truth"  Reception-  Documentary screening of MTV Documentary             "White People" by Jose Alavarez accompanied by a panel discussion.
Mother's Against Police Brutality -
Fall Workshop Series

Do you know your rights if you are stopped by the police? If a police officer threatens or intimidates you? If there is a raid in your community? Find out your rights when you are confronted with local police, ICE, FBI, or you name it. This Tuesday, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., South Dallas Cultural Center, 3400 S. Fitzhugh. Be there! Know your rights! Free, open to all, refreshments.

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