FAQ

What is the March for Racial Justice?

  • The March for Racial Justice began in 2017 as a protest march and has continued as a movement. We’re still marching today!

  • The March for Racial Justice is a black and indigenous led multi-community movement united in our demands for racial equity and justice. We are calling for a reversal of laws, policies and practices that hasten inequality, dehumanize people of color and maintain white supremacy. We march because as long as U.S. laws, policies, and practices remain steeped in white supremacy, basic human rights and civil rights for all—our universal and constitutional rights—will never be fully realized. You can read more about our Mission here.

Who are the organizers and sponsors?

  • The M4RJ was started by five co-founders and is led by a steering committee committed to racial equality and justice. Find the full list of co-founders and steering committee members here.

  • M4RJ also has over 40 endorsing organizations.

Is there a physical March?

  • The March for Racial Justice happened in September of 2017. You can learn more about the event here. We are now focused on taking action in our communities in numerous other ways that you can learn about throughout this website.

How can I join?

  • You can start by joining our email list here so that you can stay informed of all the latest news.

  • You can also fill out a TAKE ACTION form here to let us know of ways that you can participate.

  • And you can also DONATE to help support this work. 

I’m with the media. Who should I contact?

Where can I learn more about white supremacy and the importance of this march?

  • We are better empowered with knowledge. We have a growing resource page here and you can add resources using this webform. You are also encouraged to find allies and take your efforts back to your home community. Our work starts from the inside out.