ABOUT SURJ DC

VALUES

SURJ DC is committed to the SURJ national values listed below. To read more about SURJ’s theory of change, strategies, and values, see the SURJ national website.

  • Calling people in, not out
  • Accountability through collective action
  • Take risks, make mistakes, learn, and keep going
  • Organize out of mutual interest
  • There is enough for all
  • Growing is good
  • Center class

contact us

  • GENERAL MAILBOX: surjdc@gmail.com

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

Our infrastructure is organized around three core work areas: Outreach and Intake to help engage and absorb new members, Partnerships to mobilize and act in support of our partner organizations; and Education & Resources to provide liberatory education to white people who want to get involved in racial justice work. This core work is supported by three internal teams: Coordinating Committee, Operations (which includes several teams and working groups), and Leadership.

See the Teams page for descriptions and contact information for our teams.

 Our infrastructure is organized around three core work areas:  Outreach and Intake  to help engage and absorb new members,  Partnerships  to mobilize and act in support of our partner organizations; and  Education & Resources  to provide liberatory education to white people who want to get involved in racial justice work. All core teams have a facilitator and a representative to the Coordinating Committee. This core work is supported by three internal teams:  Coordinating Committee ,  Operations  (which includes several teams and working groups), and  Leadership . See the  teams  page for details about the teams that comprise our core work and operations.  This chart was updated in April of 2018.

Our infrastructure is organized around three core work areas: Outreach and Intake to help engage and absorb new members, Partnerships to mobilize and act in support of our partner organizations; and Education & Resources to provide liberatory education to white people who want to get involved in racial justice work. All core teams have a facilitator and a representative to the Coordinating Committee. This core work is supported by three internal teams: Coordinating CommitteeOperations (which includes several teams and working groups), and Leadership. See the teams page for details about the teams that comprise our core work and operations.

This chart was updated in April of 2018.