The ANTIRACISTALLIANCE is a movement for racial equity. We are an organizing collective of human service practitioners and educators whose vision is to bring a clear and deliberate anti-racist structural power analysis to social service education and practice.
We work to undo structural racism from a common understanding as presented by the People's Institute for Survival and Beyond in the Undoing Racism Workshop. The People's Institute is recognized as one of the foremost anti-racism training and organizing institutions in the nation. It moves beyond a focus on the symptoms of racism to an understanding of what racism is, where it comes from, how it functions, why it persists and how it can be undone. In the New York region, The People's Institute organizes not only with social work educators and human service providers but with school teachers, parents and youth, health care providers, criminal justice advocates, and the faith community.
(See what we've accomplished in greater NYC in 2011,
2008 and in
"Undoing Racism is Essential for Social Transformation"
Ron Chisom, Leader of the Undoing Racism Movement: "Undoing Racism is Essential for Social Transformation"
A "Must See" 9 minute Undoing Racism™ Video by David Billings
David Billings, (revdavidbillings.com) is a CORE trainer with the People's Institute for Survival and Beyond (pisab.org). In this video he delivers POWERFULLY on community organizing as the only thing that trump structural racism in this country. A MUST SEE VIDEO!
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Special correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault sits down with David Billings of The People's Institute for Survival and Beyond, about the work of undoing racism.
Ron Chisom, leader to a national undoing racism movement is co-founder of the PISAB and a senior fellow of Ashoka's Global Academy for men and women changing solutions for the world's most urgent social problems.
The Undoing Racism Workshop is included in 2002 Aspen Institute Survey for its exemplary practice in transforming individuals, group dynamics and social structures.
We recognize that structural inequalities in society result in differential access to and distribution of power (economic, political, social, and cultural) for groups of people. We believe that the elimination of structural inequalities, the establishment of policies to ensure equity and accountability to people of color defines antiracist social work practice.
This website is designed for individuals, educators, activists and trainers who are interested in participating a national movement for racial justice. . This is a curriculum designed to create change! By entering the curriculum you will begin a journey into understanding the consequences of structural racism for people of color, what it means to be antiracist in America.
In March of 2008, The United Nation reported on United States "Two Tier Society" and made concrete recommendations. The panel said the U.S. needs to implement training programmes for law enforcement officials, teachers and social workers in order to raise their awareness about the treaty and the obligations the U.S. is required to uphold as a signatory.
On July 20, 2014, on behalf of Racial Justice Now!, 62 Organizations and 221 Community Supporters, submitted the following alternative report:
A Response to the Periodic Report of the United States of June 12, 2013,
accompanied by the Common Core Document and Annex submitted on December 30, 2011, to the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination