Have you hoped that one day there would be a sitcom featuring an "all-American Muslim family"? Then you must check out Aasif Mandvi, of The Daily Show, in his newly released sitcom parody Halal in the Family.
The Campaign to TAKE ON HATE will transport 50 individuals from metro Detroit to attend the MARCH2JUSTICE rally in Washington, D.C. Help make it happen!
Eastern Michigan University Student Senate passed a resolution to endorse the Campaign to TAKE ON HATE this week.Read more
DETROIT – Joining the growing list of governing bodies and officials – including the City of Detroit, several Michigan House members and Congresswoman Debbie Dingell – Wayne County today publicly endorsed the Campaign to TAKE ON HATE.Read more
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DEARBORN, Mich. – As support for the Campaign to TAKE ON HATE grows nationwide, officials in the City of Dearborn, known for its large Arab and Muslim American population, yesterday publicly endorsed the Campaign and its objectives.Read more
High school students in New York City recently joined the Campaign to TAKE ON HATE and learned what they could do to be a part of the movement through the Arab American Association of New York.Read more
In the wake of the tragic and disturbing murder of three young Arab and Muslim Americans in their home in Chapel Hill, N.C., the Arab Cultural and Community Center — of San Francisco, Calif. — as part of the nation-wide Campaign to TAKE ON HATE, acted quickly to organize a candlelight vigil to mourn the loss and honor the lives of Deah Barakat, Yusor Abu-Salha and Razan Abu-Salha.Read more
The Multicultural/Multiracial (MCMR) Community Council of Farmington/Farmington Hills was recently introduced to the Campaign to TAKE ON HATE, which strives to address issues of bias and discrimination, particularly toward Arab and Muslim Americans, and stands against bigotry toward all people.Read more
DEARBORN, Mich. – On Tuesday March 3, 2015, Taylor city council and Mayor Rick Sollars unanimously passed a resolution to adopt the Campaign to TAKE ON HATE.Read more
In an eight-day span in February, crimes were committed across North America against people and places of worship because of their faith.
With this increase in hate crimes and violence, students at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Mich. became concerned about the potential for rising aggression toward people wearing the hijab, or other religious attire, on their university campus. The #walkwithme project was created as a peaceful response to the recent incidents of hate, ignorance and intolerance.Read more