Thursday, May 25, 2006

Anti-Racism for Global Justice
An Interview with the Catalyst Project

Just came across this interesting interview with some of our friends who
work with the Catalyst Project out on the (left) coast. The Catalyst Project
is a center for political education based in the SF Bay Area. It was founded
in 2000 as a collaboration between white anti-racists from the Civil Rights
and Black Power movements of the 60’s and 70’s and a younger generation of
white activist from primarily the global justice and anti-war movements.
In the past five years Catalyst has lead over 100 workshops with over 4500
participants. Clare Bayard and Chris Crass are interviewed here after a
workshop they ran back in January. Clare was also part of a forum I edited
last spring, on "anti-racist organizing strategies" for Left Turn #16.

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