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Stand With Me

STAND WITH ME RAPIDLY CONNECTS COMMUNITIES UNDER THREAT TO RESOURCES, ALLIES & EACH OTHER

There have been over 1000 hate incidents since Election Day 2016. We are on a mission to respond.  Here's how.

"For people who are afraid, responding to critique is very helpful, because dialogue reduces fear"

We believe dialogue and common discourse around shared values is essential.  That's why we have hosted several discussions in safe spaces across the country and invite you to host a discussion as well. We believe this is the long-term path to truly begin healing this divided country for a better these United States.

UPCOMING DISCUSSIONS

  • Atlanta, GA - date TBD
  • New Orleans, LA - date TBD
  • Stafford, VA - date TBD
  • Richmond, VA - date TBD

Previous Discussions

When I look around at the grocery store, the library, work - everywhere I go, I see a multicultural society that is great exactly because it is diverse and multicultural - that’s what has always made America great and helped make it the best country in the world. We need to stay united as a nation and that’s why I’m a part of Stand With Me Now.
— Asha, Falls Church VA

Help Us Track Hate Incidents

Have you been the victim of a hate incident or hate crime on the basis of your religion, race, gender or national origin?  Do you know a friend or family member who has experienced hate?  

Stand With Me has been compiling hate incidents and hate crimes against communities since November 2015.  Help us continue this work by submitting a report of an incident. 

We use this information to advocate for better local law enforcement protection of communities threatened by hate incidents.  We also use this information to support local victims of bigotry and build resilience in affected communities.