This workgroup focuses on examining the ways that white privilege and subtle forms of racism, patriarchy, class, and other systemic oppressions are unintentionally embedded in the climate movement, and on challenging all in our organization to be better allies to communities most directly affected by climate change and the fossil fuel economy. We are in the process of moving forward org-wide strategies to meet specific attainable goals in four areas: diversifying our leadership, increasing education for leadership and our base, developing and implementing an equity lens and filter for all our work, and increasing our solidarity work with less obviously climate related justice issues. We welcome new members into our Solidarity Team!

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Along with looking closely at privilege, fragility, and subtle forms of systemic oppression within 350 Seattle and ourselves, we believe it’s important to be out there supporting those in our community who are working on intersecting justice issues. Find upcoming educational and solidarity opportunities here:

Get on the interest list now (email Diane) for the Spring three-part series repeating the fabulous Our People Gonna Rise undoing racism training for those who missed some or all of it last time around. Details will be solidified and shared soon.

To ask a question or join us, email Lisa, facilitator of the group.