Abolitionist Organizing in the Time of Global Pandemic (COVID-19)
Join SONG members on Sunday, March 29th at 6pm EST/ 5pm CT in a conversation centering ourselves and our organizing in this moment of COVID-19 pandemic. The call will be in English, with interpretation available in Spanish. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you need interpretation.
As we adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been groomed to assume a position of isolation. At SONG, we are clear that this is a time to set the pace and move with intention and agility. We, as organizers, must try to use this moment to bring forth the world that is ready to be birthed.
We need depth along with width-- kinship networks that can move with one another. We need phone trees, storytelling, mutual aid, political education, bread, and butter grassroots organizing, propaganda and direct action.
At SONG, we will always maintain our deep longing and need to stay interconnected and our demand to free our people. Visit our website for ways to organize during this time, and for our protocols for SONG members, staff and board in response to the pandemic.