Resource Guide for Indigenous Solidarity Funding Projects

October 17, 2020

This guide offers lessons and guidelines to support non Native groups and people who seek to move resources to Indigenous Peoples through solidarity funding projects that directly support Indigenous sovereignty. Compiled by the Indigenous Solidarity Network and representatives from the Sogorea Te’ Land Trust/Shuumi Land Tax, Real Rent Duwamish, and the Manna-hatta Fund.

Take Action this Indigenous Peoples’ Day!

October 9, 2020

Indigenous Peoples Day has been reclaimed by Indigenous Peoples, who have denounced columbus day as a celebration of genocide and colonialism.  This year, join us in taking powerful action on Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Monday, October 12th, which will mark the official launch of the #LANDBACK Campaign. On July 3rd, 2020, amidst uprisings to end police […]

Defend Our Movements: Build a Wall of Resistance

September 14, 2020

As someone who was an activist during the high tide of radical organizing in the 60s-70s, and witnessed the state’s unrelenting drive to destroy left movements, especially those led by Black, Indigenous and people of color, this week’s events sent chills down my spine. I witnessed the devastating effects of the surveillance and infiltration of […]

New TV Show from SURJ

August 21, 2020

Join us this Monday night (08/24) for the launch of “The Get Together” — a new online TV show from SURJ (Showing Up for Racial Justice) where they’ll talk about race and racism today and what it has to do with white people’s struggle to keep food on the table and pay their bills! We couldn’t be […]

White Women for Defunding the Police

August 13, 2020

In June, in response to mass uprisings in defense of Black lives and to defund the police, a group of raised poor and working class white women alumni of Catalyst Project’s Anne Braden Program came together. We came together to discuss our shared stake in Black-led abolitionist movement and our role in resisting both conservative […]

Support for People in Lebanon

August 7, 2020

Our hearts are with the people of Lebanon. Brooke Atherton El-Amine is a longtime friend and ally of Catalyst Project.  She has been living, working, and raising kids in Beirut with her Lebanese family-in-law for the past 12 years, and sends us this important update, along with information about ways to help the people of […]

Security is Solidarity: Webinar August 6, 2020

July 27, 2020

What will you do if the FBI knocks on your door?  How will you support your community if Trump’s secret police snatch one of your friends?  How should you respond if you receive a grand jury summons? In this moment, as the administration fights back against a powerful and effective uprising to defend Black Lives […]

Land Returned, Pipelines Shutdown, Racist Logos Dropped: Indigenous People are Winning

July 17, 2020

In this time of massive change, as Black-led movements are dramatically shifting how this country grapples with our white supremacist roots and what future we are fighting for, Indigenous communities have achieved major wins for sovereignty and dignity that are the culmination of decades of organizing. These victories in the last two weeks highlight the power […]

Protect Our Movements – Resist State Repression

June 22, 2020

As we witness increasing state repression against people and organizations rising up to #DefundThePolice and #DefendBlackLives, we call on white anti-racist organizers and activists to take action to resist state repression. Register now for our July 9th training, Security is Solidarity: Resisting State Repression. We are living through times of intense crisis and unprecedented massive resistance. […]

Move Money for Racial Justice – Training 6/13

June 10, 2020

We’re hosting another online Grassroots Fundraising Training! Join us this Saturday, June 13th from 10AM-12PM PST to learn how to move money for racial justice. We will give you concrete tools for fundraising, go over the components of a solid ask, have space to talk about the feelings that come up when talking about money, and more. Grassroots […]