This is the proposed new text:
As an organization, we must always strive to centre the lived experiences of Black people, Indigenous people, and peoples of colour. And we reject those critiques of capitalism that try to reduce racism to merely a symptom of the system. We understand that the way that racialized people experience capitalism is through racism, and that racism is the way in which we experience capitalism. Race and gender identity instantaneously and simultaneously inform our social, political, and class realities.
The oppression of Black people, Indigenous people, and people of colour demand the hard work of solidarity: it compels us to learn, to unlearn, and to dismantle white supremacy within our own organizations and movements, too. Our organization is committed to building a real socialist alternative, a vehicle for class struggle that broadens class consciousness beyond the economic to centre race, gender, and other forms of oppression.
We do not organize in the abstract. We learn through struggle and through the work of movements and organizations that are confronting the brutality of capitalism, racism, and settler-colonialism across Turtle Island and around the world.