STARC has placed interns at the following organizations:

San Francisco Day Labor Program (
Coalition on Homelessness (
Tenderloin Housing Clinic (
Ella Baker Center (
Central committee on Conciencious Objectors (
San Francisco Women Against Rape (
Femena Potens (
Communities United against Violence (
GreenAction (

Women of Color Resource Center: an education, community action, and resource center working on social justice issues that affect women of color (Berkeley, CA, USA).

Youth Gender Project


The Asian American Movement E-zine: a website for radical/progressive Asian American perspectives.

AWOL Youth-Oriented radical Hip-hop zine sponsored by Central Committee on Conciencious Objectors and the War Resisters League

Anarchist Panther Zine: the collected writings of Ashanti Omowali, a.k.a the Anarchist Panther, taken from his zine series of the same name.

Clamour MagazineMonthy Magazine with 'right-on' politics and engaging style

ColorLines Magazine: multiracial magazine on race, culture, and organizing (USA).

Colours of Resistance Anti-racist, anti-imperialist 'think and action tank'

Big Boots zine: a zine about resistance on paper, about the power of silent words and art to inspire change, about women of colour reclaiming their voices and telling their own stories.

In Motion Magazine: a multicultural, online U.S. publication about democracy, specifically covering issues like affirmative action, health care, and education.

Left Turn: a network which, through its magazine, website, and other forums, helps foster vital spaces for various movements to reflect and strategize.

LiP Magazine: a smart and witty radical magazine that, in its own words, "confronts the miserabilist capitalist system with dangerous humor, liberated eroticism and Informed Revolt."

War Times: a national print newspaper produced from 2001-2004, now operating only online, seeking to help broaden and deepen the fight against the Bush program by compiling information and analysis, and serving as an outreach and education tool for organizers on the ground (USA).

Znet: a radical web resource center with extensive news, analysis, articles, and links.

Projects and Organizations a web resource on anti-racism and movement building organized by two white anti-racist training projects, Active Solidarity and Anti-Racism for Global Justice, of the Challenging White Supremacy Workshops.

African Anarchism: gathers together information on the Anarchist movements in Africa. Includes info on anarchist groups from across the continent, articles, personal accounts, links, solidarity projects, and email list.

Anarchist People of Color: website for the APOC email list, a discussion group by and for people of color interested in developing new tendencies and presence in the anarchist and anti-authoritarian movement among people of color. Website is an excellent resource containing articles, links, news, events, and more.

Asian & Pacific Islander Coalition Against War: a coalition of individuals and organizations from Asian and Pacific Islander communities of the Bay Area.

Black August: a project which strives to support the global development of Hip Hop culture by facilitating exchanges between international communities where Hip Hop is a vital part of youth culture, and by promoting awareness about the social and political issues that affect these youth communities.

Black Radical Congress: establishing a "center without walls" for transformative politics that focuses on the conditions of Black working and poor people.

Bus Riders Union: multiracial, working-class based membership organization operating at the intersection of mass transit, the environment and air quality, and civil rights (Los Angeles, CA, USA).

Centre for Third World Organizing (CTWO): a central hub that links communities of color with organizing skills, political education, and visions of a just society (Oakland, CA, USA).

Challenging White Supremacy Workshop: workshops for anti-racist organizers and activists (San Francisco, CA, USA).

Coalition of Immokalee Workers: The CIW is a community-based worker organization whose members are largely Hispanic, Haitian, and Mayan Indian immigrants working in low-wage jobs throughout the state of Florida. They are currently campaigning for a boycott of Taco Bell (Florida, USA).

Confused Halfies: a blog run by "a group of confused halfies trying to figure out our racial identity and our roles in working against racism."

Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund: provides grants to students actively working for peace and justice. These need-based scholarships are awarded to those able to do academic work at the university level and who are part of the progressive movement on the campus and in the community.

Deadletters: a collection of writings by Michelle O'Brien. building coordination and communication towards a global network of movements against borders.

Education for Liberation Network: a collaborative of educators, community activists and researchers brought together by a sense of outrage at the limited educational and developmental opportunities available to African American youth and a concern that too few receive an education that advances their political, cultural, and economic liberation.

The Environmental Justice Resource Center: a research, policy, and information clearinghouse on issues related to environmental justice, race and the environment, civil rights, facility siting, land use planning, brownfields, transportation equity, suburban sprawl, and Smart Growth.

Fire: a women and trans of colour collective that addresses women's, transgendered and anti-racist/anti-imperialist issues (Montreal, PQ, Canada).

Flor y Canto Centro Comunitario: a not-for-profit community center and radical bookstore with the aim to create a social space that promotes the self-development and self-sufficiency of the diverse, multi-ethnic community of North East L.A. (Los Angelos, CA, USA).

GABRIELA Network: a Philippine-U.S. women's solidarity organization that organizes around issues such as the global traffic of women, world trade and the sex industry, the mail-order bride industry, first world and third world perspectives on the women's movement, and gender relations in the Asian-American community.

INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence: a national activist organization of radical feminists of color advancing a movement to end violence against women of color and their communities through direct action, critical dialogue and grassroots organizing.

Inequality in the United States: a vast compilation of statistics concerning inequality in the US compiled by Cornell professor Anna Marie Smith.

JustAct: (Youth Action for Global Justice): promoting youth leadership and action for global justice (San Francisco, CA, USA).

Lucy Parsons Project: a tribute to Lucy Parsons, an African, Native and Mexican-American revolutionary anarchist labor organizer who was at the forefront of peace and justice struggles her entire life.

Making Face, Making Soul... A Chicana Feminist website: a site by, for, and about Chicanas. This site contains a variety of resources ranging from short biographies of Chicanas, to Chicana poetry and literature, cultural resources, academic resources, otras chicanas on the 'net, and more (USA). a crossroads for incisive analysis from radical perspectives.

NativeWeb: resources for indigenous cultures around the world.

No Border Network: a tool for all groups and grass root organizations who work on the questions of migrants and asylum seekers in order to struggle alongside them for freedom of movement, for the freedom for all to stay in the place which they have chosen, against repression and and the many controls which multiply the borders everywhere in all countries (Europe).

Peoples' Global Action: an international alliance of peoples' movements, serving as a global instrument for communication and co-ordination for all those fighting against the destruction of humanity and the planet by the global market, building up local alternatives and peoples' power.

Planting Seeds Community Awareness Project: working towards the goal of playing a significant role in rebuilding human society based on principles of respect, love, communalism and an end to oppression (Seattle, WA, USA).

People Organized to Win Employment Rights (POWER): an organization made up of and led by no- and low-wage workers spearheading the fight for economic and social justice (San Francisco, CA, USA).

People's Grocery: a community-based organization working to find creative solutions to the food needs of the residents of West Oakland by building a local food system and local economy (Oakland, CA, USA).

Project South (Institute for the Elimination of Poverty and Genocide) Project South creates popular education to build grassroots leaders. We provide opportunities for organizers to learn and develop movement building tools. We strive to build a stronger movement for social & economic justice by connecting local organizing efforts to consciousness, vision,

Revolutionary Anti-authoritarians of Color (RACE): a collective of people of color with revolutionary anti-authoritarian politics (Bay Area, CA, USA).

Right to Vote: a campaign to remove barriers to voting for citizens with felony convictions (USA).

Settlers in Support of Indigenous Sovereignty (SISIS): an archive of materials useful for solidarity work with indigenous struggles (Canada).

SOUL: a training center focusing on developing a new multi-racial generation of young organizers - especially young women, young people of color, queer youth and low-income youth - who will have the skills and the vision they need to struggle for the liberation of all oppressed people (Oakland, CA, USA).

Transform Columbus Day: a mobilization to end the "celebration" of 500 years of genocide, environmental destruction and globalization from above, as epitomized by the annual Columbus Day parade (Denver, CO, USA).

Ustawi: fostering sustainable economic and environmental alternatives through education and grassroots partnerships. The organization has many ties to Africa and it sees its role in the Seattle area as one of reaching out on a grassroots level to work with students and others to help them see that the economic problems in local communities have some common causes (Seattle, WA, USA).

White an introduction to whiteness, race, and antiracism in the United States.

The White Antiracist Community Action Network (WACAN): a protected online space where white antiracists and people of color who support and encourage white antiracists can assemble, network, share in community, and act to transform our larger society to one that is racially just.

White an exhaustive listing of anti-racist resources and relevant articles.

Women of Colour Web: a site providing access to writings by and about women of color in the U.S., focusing specifically on issues related to feminisms, sexualities, and reproductive health and rights.

Equity Trust -

United for a Fair Economy

The Social Investment Forum

National Lawyer's Guild

Global Exchange

American Friends Service

Kensington Welfare Rights Union

Grassroots Organinzing Training

Highlander Center -

Western States Center

Training for Change -

National Organizers Alliance

Ruckus Society

Youth and Student Organizations:

Desis Rising Up & Moving: DRUM is a grassroots freedom organization for and by poor and working desis (NYC, NY, USA).


180 MDE -

Student Peace Action Network

Young Democratic Socialists

Young Communist League

Oregon Student Association -

United States Student Association

Youth Solidarity Summer: radical education for a new generation of South Asian activists (NYC, NY, USA).

Critical Resistance: building an international movement to end the Prison Industrial Complex (PIC).

Prison Moratorium Project a clearinghouse for useful, verifiable statistics about the crime control industry.

Innocent In Prison Project International: an all volunteer organization of prisoners, their families, friends, human rights activists and abolitionists of the death penalty who campaign on behalf of all innocent prisoners.