Antiwhite Awareness Day is held July 29, to protect kids and everyone from the harms of antiwhite bias.

July 29 was chosen, to commemorate the 95,000 person 2023 "Kill the Whites" rally that was held in Johannesburg, South Africa. On that day, members of a political party gathered and chanted "Kill the Boer, the farmer, no mercy."

This horrific event was either downplayed or even ignored by media and politicians around the world, a classic example of antiwhite bias. Outlets like the New York Times even encouraged the chant, mislabelling it as a 'struggle song' rather than hate speech.

We cannot allow such terrible double standards to persist. And we will not.

July 29 is now a day to raise awareness of antiwhite bias around the world, to protect kids from harms ranging from bullying to murder, and to ensure they have a safe and secure future. We have both a right to these protections, and a moral obligation to ensure that they are provided.


The first Antiwhite Awareness Day will feature an online livestream event, that we hope as many people as possible will join.

We ask that supporters help us to promote this event so that it reaches as many people as possible.

In addition, we encourage individuals to undertake in-person gatherings with family and friends in the spirit and principles of It is a great day to use your creativity about how to raise awareness of antiwhite bias, to protect kids and all of us.

We ask that you share your experience - anonymously or publicly - online as well. By confidently increasing our visibility, we will create hope in others, and build momentum toward reducing and ultimately eliminating antiwhite bias.

Please join in whatever way is the best fit for you personally! Any and all participation is important and valued.

And don't forget to spread the word!