The Southern Anti-Racism Network originates from the Challenging White Supremacy Workshop Online. This was a year-long virtual learning experience to “find, recruit, motivate and educate” anti-racist activists throughout the United States. When the online workshop ended in December 1998, approximately 20 Southern participants in seven states formed SARN. Its primary work has been the creation of Strong Parental Involvement in Community Education (SPICE), an organization of parents with children in the Durham Public Schools who support efforts to close the achievement gap between African American and white students. Its current project is the Ella Baker Tour & Retreat, bringing together SNCC veterans and students from high schools and universities around the country to teach about and recruit to the movement for social change.
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