Want to join the Tennessee Anti Racist Network?

If you or your organization want to join us in taking a stand against racism, click           to sign up for our email list. Our goal is to create a statewide network of anti racist activists dedicated to taking a stand against racism.

CALL TO ACTION! "Tennesse Demands Responsible Representation" 

The Southern National Congress, who shares overlapping leadership with extremist hate group League of the South, is holding their racist convention at Fall Creek Falls State Park November 1 - 3, 2013. They've invited TN State Legislators to participate. We do not accept any form or appearance of racism in public service. Elected officials should demonstrate a deep and meaningful commitment to equality, and at the least should not openly endorse white supremacy and minority inferiority. These legislators' choice to speak at this gathering gives the appearance that they, and their constituents, support the SNC's ideas of white superiority and secession from the United States. They should not support the growth of hate groups in Tennessee through speaking engagements that falsely legitimize racist ideas and action. Racism is a community issue, and anti-racism is a community responsibility. Go to our call to action page to learn more about the continued presence of the League of the South in Tennessee and to learn what you can do to stop the hate. Read our Fact Sheet on the SNC and TN State Legislators.

TN Anti Racist Network issues a NEW Call To Action. Take Action NOW.


Curious about the Tennessee Anti Racist Network? Find out more about us, who we ally with and what we stand for, by clicking on the "About Us" page of the website. We are a grassroots network dedicated to taking a stand against racism in our home, Tennessee.


Events and calls to action can be found on our "Calls to Action" page. There you can find information about previous and upcoming events as well as find a way to plug in and participate. 

There are many ways to get involved. Sign on to our petitions and statements of solidarity, add yourself to our email list and facebook page, join us in planning our next action, participate in bystander intervention, and most importantly be vigilant in your own community.

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We are everyday people from different walks of life coming together to confront racist dialogue and action in the state of Tennessee.