2018 saw a rise in hate crimes against Jews, Muslims, and LGBTQ individuals. Hate crimes don’t just harm individuals but strike fear into entire communities.
NCJW is proud to be a partner in Communities Against Hate, a diverse coalition of civil rights organizations whose goals are to document stories, provide resources, and respond to incidents of violence, threats, and property damage motivated by hate in the United States.
If you’ve witnessed or experienced a hate incident, share your story. By reporting what happened, you can educate the public, empower others, show service providers where help is needed, and strengthen our advocacy.
Go further: help us spread the word about Communities Against Hate! Print this poster and hang it up in your office, thrift shop, synagogue, and at events. Use this social media guide to spread the word on Facebook and Twitter. Together we can help fight hate in our country!