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'''Southern Anti-Racist Network''' develops campaigns and projects in the South to end racial disparities in criminal justice, economic opportunities, education, environmental justice and health care. We’re a network of activists who cross the lines of race, gender, class, age and immigration status to build community relationships in the South.
 
'''Southern Anti-Racist Network''' develops campaigns and projects in the South to end racial disparities in criminal justice, economic opportunities, education, environmental justice and health care. We’re a network of activists who cross the lines of race, gender, class, age and immigration status to build community relationships in the South.

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Southern Anti-Racist Network develops campaigns and projects in the South to end racial disparities in criminal justice, economic opportunities, education, environmental justice and health care. We’re a network of activists who cross the lines of race, gender, class, age and immigration status to build community relationships in the South.

SARN founding

Theresa El-Amin April 2, 2012 ·

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Southern Anti-Racist Network Founding Conference, June 1999 — with G.K. Butterfield and Brenda Howerton at Highlander Center.

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Founding conference of Southern Anti-Racist Network at Highlander Research and Education Center, New Market TN in 1999

Theresa El-Amin June 10 2019·

Thinking about that day on the hill at Highlander Center the last weekend in June 1999. Didn't see us still going 20 years down the road. Yet, here we are. Thanks Ka Flewellen, Tim Wise, Helen Rivas, Ann Lennon, Brenda Howerton, John Lindsay, Edythe Thompson and all for being there. Yonni Chapman and Randall Merritt are no longer with us. Interesting that they were standing next to each other in the Highlander photo. Much has been accomplished. Much remains to be done.

Theresa El-Amin Southern Anti-Racist Network Regional Director.

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