ACT Against Hate Alliance
OPENING THE CONVERSATION--OUR COMMON GROUND
With the increase of hate crime across the United States and beyond, the ACT AGAINST HATE ALLIANCE will focus on solutions for disrupting this trend. Never has the timing for action been more critical, as multiple causes coalesce and violent hate crime rises.
This inaugural program will feature key note speeches by government and community leaders and AAHA supporters, discussing its importance and timeliness in addressing rising hate crime now.
ACT AGAINST HATE ALLIANCE
This 10-series program is in response to the alarming rise in anti-Asian hate crimes in California and across the United States. It will bring together thought leaders, media representatives, and other key stakeholders to define the issues and explore solutions.
STUDENT SOLUTIONS FORUM
Student leaders come together for a crucial discussion about how stereotypes create marginalization or isolation of specific groups and lead to hate crimes, bullying, and marginalization of vulnerable students.
Participants discuss their interest in doing more to change the way students interact and how they can use the education forum to create change in the what is often acceptance of dysfunctional practices.
STAND AGAINST HATE ACTION DAY
What will your action be?
“It is my hope, that by establishing January 28th as
Stand Against Hate Action Day,
we will all take steps to be better citizens both as advocates and as bystanders when reporting incidents, supporting victims, and where appropriate, by intervening.”
–– Senator Josh Newman, Author
Senate Concurrent Resolution 15
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USING THE PLATFORM OF EDUCATION AGAINST HATE
Hate is all too often a learned response and can take hold before a child even learns to talk. Words, actions, and behavioral nuance can all contribute.
The platform of education at all levels must be optimized to help change outcomes, with openness, inclusion, and respect for differences being taught and modeled.
IDENTIFYING THE ROOTS AND TARGETS OF HATE CRIME IN THE UNITED STATES
This remote webinar will explore the underlying causes that give rise to hate crimes and the groups that are most frequently targeted.
A roundtable discussion with experts from law, government, social services, NGOs, law enforcement, education, and the media will discuss potential solutions.
Hate crime has economic impacts that manifest in ways that are sometimes difficult to trace precisely, but the impact can be one that reverberates through entire communities with devastating results.
This webinar will examine how hate may be both driven by economic conditions and in turn drives them. Those groups that are often most impacted by economic downturns are often the most likely to become perpetrators and to be victimized.