DETROIT – In a historic announcement Feb. 24, Mayor Mike Duggan and the City Council publicly pledged their support of the Campaign to TAKE ON HATE.Read more
Comedian and activist Russell Brand mentioned the Campaign to TAKE ON HATE in a video on his channel and daily show The Trews titled "Chapel Hill Vs Copenhagen - Which Is Terrorism?".Read more
Michigan House members stand with TAKE ON HATE against hate crimes, violence toward Muslim and Arab Americans
In an announcement Feb. 17, the Campaign to TAKE ON HATE received the public support of several members of the Michigan House of Representatives.
Michigan House members join together at the Capitol on Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015, to join the #TAKEONHATE campaign to speak out against discrimination against Arab and Muslim Americans.Read more
It is difficult to believe what the people of North America have witnessed in a week’s time. Crimes fueled by hate against people based on their religion, or their perceived religion, are on the rise. This is made clear by a string of crimes, which have all happened within a seven-day span.Read more
Join the Campaign to TAKE ON HATE as we take action for Deah, Yusor and Razan.
Sign our petition to call for U.S. Department of Justice Attorney General Eric Holder and the FBI to open a full and rigorous federal hate crime investigation into the tragic killing of the three vibrant young American Muslims in Chapel Hill, N.C.
Please join the Campaign to TAKE ON HATE as we take action for Deah, Yusor and Razan.Read more
The Campaign to TAKE ON HATE, led by the National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC), a project of ACCESS, mourns the terrible and tragic killing of three young Muslim Americans at the hands of a ruthless shooter Tuesday, Feb. 10 in Chapel Hill, N.C.Read more
The Campaign to TAKE ON HATE is initiating a letter-writing campaign to tell USA Today to not engage in smear campaigns against 1.5 billion Muslims, after it published a cartoon equating Muslims with Nazis.Read more
The Campaign to TAKE ON HATE needs your support! Aasif Mandvi, actor and senior correspondent on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, is introducing his new web-series Halal in the Family, a sitcom parody about an all-American Muslim family.
Image courtesy of Halal in the Family Indiegogo VideoRead more
In light of the recent, media-centered, police killings of African Americans, the Campaign to TAKE ON HATE, led by the National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC), a project of ACCESS, hosted its first national conversation on Black and Arab solidarity on Dec. 18, 2014. People across the nation came together, in person and on social media, to take part in a discussion, themed “REAL TALK: Where is the Solidarity? From Ferguson to Your Town.”Read more