Black, Arab community members connect in first TAKE ON HATE national conversation
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
TAKE ON HATE presents national conversation on solidarity: #WhereistheSolidarity
TAKE ON HATE presents a national conversation on solidarity: #WhereistheSolidarity. We are ready to engage in a courageous conversation. Are you?
TAKE ON HATE presents 'REAL TALK: Where is the Solidarity? From Ferguson to Dearborn'
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