“Both morally and practically, segregation is to me a basic injustice. Since I believe it to be so, I must attempt to remove it. There are three ways in which one can deal with an injustice. (a) One can accept it without protest. (b) One can seek to avoid it. (c) One can resist the injustice non-violently. To accept it is to perpetuate it.” – Bayard Rustin
Anti-Racism Resource Friends support Quaker communities in their work toward racial equity, justice, and consciousness at both personal and institutional levels. Each of the people is uniquely gifted and skilled in areas of racial justice, organizational change, white anti-racist identity formation, and/or healing and accountability around racial harm. Our intention is to match the request for support with the most appropriate Anti-Racism Resource Friends who are available.
For more information about Anti-Racism Resource Friends fill the inquiry form or contact T.J. Jourian, firstname.lastname@example.org.