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United to End Racism (UER) is an ongoing social movements organizing project led primarily by leaders within the Re-evaluation Counseling Communities (RC), whose publicly stated aims are "dedicated to eliminating racism in the world" and "to illuminate the damage done to individuals by racism and to undo this damage on an individual basis, using the resources and process of Re-evaluation Counseling."

UER was founded by RC on 28 November 2000. Since then, it has attended international NGO conferences such as the 2001 Durban World Conference against Racism and more recently the World Social Forum in Caracas, the World Peace Forum 2006 in Vancouver (where the organisation labelled itself "Healing from War, Working for Peace") and the White Privilege Conference 2006 in Pella, Iowa [1]. Barbara Love, a leader in the RC in the work against Racism against African-heritage peoples, was a keynote speaker at this conference. A delegation from UER is attended the United States Social Forum (USSF), which began on June 27, 2007.[2] UER will also send a delegation to the fifth European Social Forum in Malmo, Sweden, in 2008. In addition to sending representatives to activist conferences, individual members of RC sometimes present small "UER" events or workshops, often in association with other anti-racism efforts in their local area.

Harvey Jackins, founder of the RC movement, encouraged members of RC to engage with and/or create organisations dedicated to social change utilizing the principles and procedures of Re-Evaluation Counseling. Efforts are vetted by RC leadership. Previous examples of this include Nuclear Freeze campaigns in the 1980s and the US-based National Coalition Building Institute [3], founded by RC practitioner Cherie Brown. Jackin's son, Tim Jackins, one of the current leaders of the RC communities is also a leading member of UER.


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