We Stand United Against Hate
November 30th - December 6th
Promoting inclusion and equity is vital to building healthy and resilient communities. This week of action is designed to not just raise awareness about the dangers of hate and the need for respect and civil discourse, but to help community members build stronger connections and foster deeper engagement.
But, awareness isn’t enough. The goal of United Against Hate Week is to bring communities together to learn from each other, acknowledge local concerns and seek solutions together. The activities and relationships developed are designed to build a foundation for sustainable actions in communities and an annual Uniting Against Hate Week.
Communities are planning virtual events: webinars, panel discussions, film screenings, art projects, community dialogues and storytelling workshops. These actions will provide a dynamic way to increase engagement across neighborhoods and support efforts to stand up to hate in our communities. We at the LA vs Hate Program, a project of the Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations/Workforce Development, Aging & Community Services department, hope you will join us to strengthen community ties and expand the message that we stand united against hate.
Learn more about the movement on United Against Hate’s website.