“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 calls upon all Americans to address the current acceptability of prejudice toward Arab and Muslim Americans, to stand up for change, and to TAKE ON HATE.
It’s still happening. It’s still wrong.
In the TAKE ON HATE video below, Arab and Muslim American youth answer the question: why do people discriminate? They also share their own experiences with discrimination and hate violence. Despite the hate, they say they are proud of their identities.
Share YOUR story
TAKE ON HATE welcomes your stories. Share with us, and the world, your experiences with discrimination and hate violence. Tell your story.
What is TAKE ON HATE?
TAKE ON HATE, sponsored by the National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC), a project of ACCESS, is a multi-year, grassroots campaign to challenge this country’s growing prejudice and persistent misconception of Arab and Muslim Americans, including refugees of Arab and Muslim descent. Learn more about TAKE ON HATE.
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Support the campaign to TAKE ON HATE. Learn how to stop discrimination and TAKE ON HATE.
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