Hundreds of organizations in communities across the country work to combat hate every day. To help combat this increase and support those organizations, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law launched the Stop Hate Project.
The Lawyers’ Committee serves as a resource for organizations and individuals combating hate in their respective communities.
Hate only wins when it divides us. When an individual is victimized by hate, it impacts entire communities. A powerful response to hate is demonstrating community values of strength, unity, and inclusion.
In addition to responding to requests for legal and social services resources from organizations, the 1-844-9-NO-HATE resource hotline helps to build an accurate public record of these incidents.
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