The Multiracial Unity Blog presents a class perspective on racism and calls for multiracial organizing to build unity among the workers of the world. It will explore the origins of racism and nationalism, the history of multiracial struggles, and the defeats due to capitulation to racist and nationalist ideas.
The blog includes an analysis of racism and white skin privilege, stories where workers engaged in multiracial organizing and where they rejected it, and posts on more current anti-racist activities around the world.
We hope our readers promote unity among workers regardless of nationality, racial categories, sexual orientation, and the many ways people identify themselves. We have much to learn from one another to make our class stronger.
The 150 most recent posts are listed chronologically at the right. Older posts can be found under Archived on the top menu. All posts are listed by category or can be found in Search. Those with the most comprehensive basic ideas of this blog are listed under Fundamentals.
We welcome information about other groups that engage in class-based anti-racism. Please submit comments or posts on current struggles or an analysis of racism and multiracial unity. All of our material may be reproduced freely, but we hope you will credit the source.