The James Byrd Jr. Center to Stop Hate and Hate Hurts. partnered to launch #NotAlone, a series of videos that examine the experiences of those who have been targeted by hate and highlight ways in which allies can provide support in the form of bystander intervention. The videos below are followed by important resources on bystander intervention training. For more information you may contact [email protected]
Not Alone: Part 1
Not Alone: Part 2
Not Alone: Part 3
The Montgomery County Civil Rights Coalition developed a Bystander Intervention Training to help address the rise of hate crimes and harassment experienced by communities across the country in the wake of the 2016 election. The MCCRC Bystander Intervention training is grounded in the principles of nonviolence and compassion for others. For information about Bystander Intervention Training, including how you can host a training in your community, click here.
A special project of CAIR-AZ, Hate Hurts. highlights the unprecedented wave of bigotry, and the jarring impact it has on communities. By documenting the global impact of bigotry, Hate Hurts. raises awareness and provides an in-depth commentary used as an educational resource around the world.
If you are interested in learning more about how you can get involved, contact [email protected] or call the Stop Hate Hotline at 844-9-No-Hate.