Be sure to check out the resources below.
And stay tuned for our bookstore!
We created this document to contribute to important conversations about how and why the state uses violence and coercion to suppress social movements—and how to resist it in ways that are aligned with our racial justice values.
Here you can find the readings and homework that we assigned for the 2018 Anne Braden Program, a four month-long anti-racist training program for white social justice activists.
Catalyst has created and co-created various issue based curricula, including:
- Immigrant Justice Curriculum
- Challenging White and Male Supremacy Curriculum
- Studying State Repression Curriculum
- Solidarity with Movement for Black Lives Curriculum
Here you can find a list of resources on understanding the historical and systemic context of white nationalism, antifa, what actions you can take, articles on anti-semitism in white nationalism, and current white nationalist movements.
This tab includes resources for understanding the Ferguson movement moment as well as organizing tools for white people in response to this.
Catalyst hosts a number of educations events. Here you will find videos of various panels we’ve held over the years.
Here you can find other organizations that Catalyst works closely with who also host organizer trainings.
Here is a list of other organizations who we work closely with to develop out analysis and strategy.
This page contains various readers from workshops and trainings Catalyst has done, including readers about Black Liberation, Anti-racism for Global Justice, and the 2015 Anne Braden Program Reader.
This resource guide, compiled by Catalyst Project and Chris Crass, includes recommended readings, interviews, curriculum, and exercises. It is a tool to help build up the movement of the 99%, deepen its anti-racist analysis, and support transformative multiracial alliances and collaborative organizing efforts.