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Interested in how your organization can sign-on as an official endorser of The Campaign to TAKE ON HATE? Want to know what it means to be an endorser of The Campaign? Email any questions to info@takeonhate.org.

In addition to the list of Our Partners our allies in these efforts include a national Leadership Committee, and a Michigan Steering Committee.



 

TAKE ON HATE Endorsers: 


 

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The Arab American Institute (AAI): Established in 1985 and based in Washington, DC, the Arab American Institute (AAI) is a non-profit, nonpartisan national leadership organization created to nurture and encourage the direct participation of Arab Americans in political and civic life in the United States.

 

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The American Center for Outreach (ACO) is a Tennessee based non-partisan organization established to inform, educate and empower Muslims to become engaged in society by providing the assistance they need to become productive citizens. By doing so, ACO aims to better connect the Muslim community and government while supporting individuals in becoming a catalyst for positive change in their own neighborhoods and communities.

 

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Since their founding in 1920, the American Civil Liberties Union has led the fight to conserve our most precious liberties. The ACLU of Michigan was officially established in 1959 to defend our civil liberties.

 

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The American Muslim Advisory Council is a Tennessee based organization that strives to establish mutual understanding and trust between the Muslim community and other communities and agencies within Tennessee. AMAC is committed to engaging and educating the law enforcement community and other agencies to better understand the Muslim community through accurate understanding of religious and cultural traditions.

 

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The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee is a civil rights organization committed to defending the rights of people of Arab descent and promoting their rich cultural heritage. Serving as a public voice for the Arab American Community, ADC combats stereotypes and discrimination against and affecting Arab Americans.

 

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The Arab Muslim American Federation is an umbrella organization representing 17 Arab Muslim civic, cultural, and educational institutions in New York City. The Federation unites the efforts and work of its member organizations to empower the Arab Muslim Community and to assist in integrating them into American Society.

 

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Auburn equips bold and resilient leaders of faith and moral courage to build congregations and communities, bridge divides, pursue justice and heal the world. A seminary with multifaith commitments that honors its Christian roots, Auburn educates through dynamic experiential learning opportunities, platforms for public leadership and applied research. Auburn believes that leaders of faith and moral courage are essential catalysts in advancing interfaith movements of justice.

 

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The Center for New Community, a Chicago based organization, was established in 1995 by a group of religious leaders and community organizers to address the nation’s most intractable social, economic, and racial injustices. CNC has organized and devised programmatic initiatives across the nation targeted at combating racism and organized bigotry. CNC was founded on the principle that a concerted, long-term effort by individuals, families, congregations, communities, and civic organizations to address issues of social, economic, and racial justice, is both necessary and achievable.

 

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The Council on American-Islamic Relations is a grassroots civil rights and advocacy group working to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding. It is the largest Muslim civil liberties organization, with regional offices nationwide and a national headquarters on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C.

 


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CAIR-Arizona is a nonprofit grassroots civil rights and advocacy group. Established in 2006 by a group of local Muslims, CAIR-Arizona serves the entire state of Arizona through its Chandler office. CAIR-Arizona is a chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), America's largest Islamic civil liberties group with chapters nationwide.

 

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CAIR-MI’s mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding through education, mediation, media and the law. CAIR-MI has been serving the entire state of Michigan since 2000.

 

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The San Francisco Bay Area chapter is the oldest CAIR chapter (CAIR-SFBA) in the country. Back in 1994, a group of volunteers in the Bay Area saw a need for a unique kind of Muslim organization – an organization that would work to uphold civil rights of American Muslims, foster a better understanding of the Islamic faith and its followers, and help find avenues for Muslims to integrate more fully into the broader society.

 

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Emerge USA is a Florida based civic engagement organization that engages underrepresented communities into the political process with a focus on Muslim, Arab, and South Asian (MASA) communities. Emerge USA aims to ensure these communities have the same constitutional rights, privileges, and political opportunities afforded to all Americans.

 

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Jews Against Islamophobia Coalition (JAIC) formed in September 2010 as a coalition of Jewish Voice for Peace, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, Jews Say No!, American Jews for Just Peace, and individuals committed to challenging anti-Muslim bigotry and anti-Arab racism in the New York City area. JAIC offers a Jewish voice that is part of the larger community effort to challenge Islamophobia and anti-Arab racism.

 

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Jews for Racial & Economic Justice (JFREJ) was founded in 1990 to address the increase in racial and ethnic tension and economic disparity within New York City. In the past 24 years, JFREJ has become a resource inside the Jewish community and an important source of support for a diverse array of community-based organizations in New York.

 

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The Muslim Public Affairs Council is a public service agency working for the civil rights of American Muslims, for the integration of Islam into American pluralism, and for a positive, constructive relationship between American Muslims and their representatives. Since 1988, MPAC has worked diligently to promote a vibrant American Muslim community and enrich American society through exemplifying the Islamic values of Mercy, Justice, Peace, Human Dignity, Freedom, and Equality for all.

 

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The Network of Arab-American Professionals was founded in 2001 by a group of college students in Washington D.C. to provide graduating Arab Students with a means to continue their community activism and involvement after college. NAAP strives to foster a professional, service and community oriented network of Arab-Americans while educating the greater community about Arab culture, identity, and concerns.

 

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OneAmerica was formed directly after September 11, 2001 in response to hate crimes and discrimination targeting Arabs, Muslims, and South Asians. The organization advances the fundamental principles of democracy and justice at the local, state, and national levels by building power within immigrant communities in collaboration with key allies. Originally called Hate Free Zone, the organization expanded to organize and advocate with many diverse communities of color.

 

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Rights Working Group formed in the aftermath of September 11th to promote and protect the human rights of all people in the United States. A coalition of more than 350 local, state and national organizations, RWG works collaboratively to advocate for the civil liberties and human rights of everyone regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, and citizenship or immigration status.

 

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South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT) is a national, nonpartisan, non-profit organization that elevates the voices and perspectives of South Asian individuals and organizations to build a more just and inclusive society in the United States. SAALT is the only national, staffed South Asian organization that advocated around issues affecting South Asian communities through a social justice framework.

 

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SALDEF is a national Sikh American media and educational organization. SALDEF strives to empower Sikh Americans by building dialogue, deepening understanding, promoting civic and political participation, and upholding social justice and religious freedom for all Americans. They are grounded in their values of optimism (chardi kala), humility (nimrata) and service (sewa), and inspired by the community (sangat) for the benefit of all (sarbat da bhalla).

 

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The Michigan Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) has over 6,000 members who live and work in the State of Michigan. NASW-Michigan helps shape legislation that affects the health, welfare and education of all people. The Chapter works with several allied organizations to promote causes and services that improve society. 

 

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In a historic move, Detroit City Council and Mayor Mike Duggan publicly pledged their support of the Campaign to TAKE ON HATE, making Detroit the first "city to TAKE ON HATE."