Now is the time to speak up for Turkey, Somalia, all others who have suffered attacks
You can be a TAKE ON HATE ally! Join our upcoming training
After Supreme Court deadlocks on immigration, what do we do now?
The Supreme Court’s split decision that fails to allow implementation of President Obama’s essential immigration programs is an undeniable setback for immigrant communities and the millions of people who would be eligible for relief under DAPA and DACA+. The ruling is disappointing, but it is not an end to our fight. So what do we do now?Read more
Supreme Court’s split decision on immigration is a major setback
Look back at part two of our Race Identity Series! [PHOTOS]
Happy #Juneteenth! Last remaining slaves learned of freedom on this day in 1865
Work with us as a TAKE ON HATE intern!
TAKE ON HATE Internship in metro Detroit
The Campaign to TAKE ON HATE—led by the National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC), an ACCESS institution—challenges hate and bigotry toward all, and addresses the growing discrimination and persistent misconception of Arab and Muslim Americans, including refugees. TAKE ON HATE aims to achieve meaningful social change not only through public education, media and coalition building, but also by providing a platform for all communities to speak up and inspire real change that challenges institutional discrimination and protects the rights of our communities.
As a representative of TAKE ON HATE, your primary role as our intern is to advance our mission at your university campus through student organizing. The secondary goal is to support the local TAKE ON HATE projects under the supervision of the Advocacy and Engagement Specialist. This internship is an unpaid opportunity for full-time or part-time interns.Read more
Arab, Muslim American blood donor's message on Orlando goes viral
Above: Members of Orlando's Muslim and Arab American communities gathered with more than 10,000 people to show a strong, united front against hate, violence and terrorism at a vigil for Orlando on June 13, 2016.
People across the country are coming together to heal, take a stand against hate and show support for the LGBTQ community following the violent attack in Orlando, Fla. on June 12, 2016, fueled by hate and homophobia, that took away so many innocent lives. (Read the full statement here.)
The Arab American Community Center of Florida (AACC) has been outspoken with their support, encouraging Arab and Muslim Americans to attend vigils, help the victims' families and donate blood.Read more
5 ways you can prepare for Thursday's Race Identity Series & iftar
Race Identity Series Part II: Narrative and Oppression is at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 16, 2016, at the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn, Mich. Iftar (the meal to break fast) will be served at sunset!Read more
Stand with the LGBTQ community in Orlando, Detroit and wherever you are
Let’s stand together against hate and violence. Let’s honor the lives lost and altered forever and support the LGBTQ community through positive action. (Read our full statement here.) We encourage you to find a vigil or community gathering in your area and show your support for the LGBTQ community.
For those of you in Michigan, we ask that you join TAKE ON HATE at a vigil for Orlando at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 14, 2016, in Ferndale. The vigil is organized by Affirmations, a community center for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and their allies. Click here for details.
For those of you in Washington, D.C., join TAKE ON HATE and our allies at the National Domestic Workers Alliance | La Alianza Nacional de Trabajadoras del Hogar for a vigil for Orlando at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 14, 2016. The vigil will follow a convergence of thousands of women leaders in the Capital for the White House "United State of Women" Summit. Click here for details.
For those of you who are elsewhere across the country, find a space where your community is gathering and stand together in solidarity to demand an end to hate.Read more