The Campaign to TAKE ON HATE is mentioned in an op-ed in The Detroit News as a resource to learn "more about the culture and faith of our Muslim neighbors" in light of the extremist images perpetuated by ISIS.Read more
TAKE ON HATE presents a national conversation on solidarity: #WhereistheSolidarity. We are ready to engage in a courageous conversation. Are you?
Join the Campaign to TAKE ON HATE on Thursday, Dec. 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. for REAL TALK: Where is the Solidarity? From Ferguson to Dearborn, a conversation to discuss Black and Arab solidarity with the community and field experts in light of recent events.Read more
The Campaign to TAKE ON HATE welcomes the news of the resignation of Minnesota's Big Stone County GOP Chair Jack Whitley after his outrageous and offensive Facebook posts, calling Muslims “parasites” and advocating to “frag 'em” in Mecca.Read more
Below is a message from comedian and actor Aasif Mandvi announcing upcoming changes to his web series "The Qu'osby Show," of which TAKE ON HATE is a supporter.
The Campaign to TAKE ON HATE needs your support! We promise, this is going to be GOOD.
Remember when Katie Couric said that American Muslims need their own Cosby Show to counter anti-Muslim bias? The Daily Show with Jon Stewart thought she was on to something, so they created a hilarious one-off sitcom parody titled "The Qu’osby Show," which premiered to much fanfare in 2011. Capitalizing on its success, Aasif Mandvi and his creative team thought to take the impact of the piece one step further.Read more
A news article published this week asks whether battling online anti-Muslim speech is effective through hashtag activism. The Campaign to TAKE ON HATE's answer to the question: yes, it is.
The National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC) is seeking candidates for the Washington, D.C.-based position of Government Affairs Manager. See below for a detailed job description, and click here to apply.Read more
“I would never change my identity because who I am as a person I know I was meant to be ..."
– Ahmed Bahalwan
The Campaign to TAKE ON HATE welcomes the announcement by White House officials on the formation of a high-level task force to address hate violence nationwide, including violence targeting Arab, Muslim and South Asian communities.Read more