A list of resources you can use to fight hatred in your community. 


dialogue against hate
a workbook to help diminish hate through discussion

Created by Stand With Me this free workbook allows anyone to use SwM's platform to host their own discussion.  The workbook also provides strategies to make it easy to talk with those with differing viewpoints in order to encourage change and diminish hate incidents.




Screening & Supporting bias motivated harm
A guide for doctors and clinicians

Created by Dr. Aaron Stupple to help doctors (mainly primary care doctors, infectious disease, obstetrics, gynecologists, and emergency medicine physicians) to support patients who may be victims of hate incidents and hate crimes. Also includes a quick start guide, a longer form general overview, a poster, and a simpler guide for emergency medicine practitioners. 

mapping hatred

We have been mapping hate crimes against particularly vulnerable religious minorities in the United States since November 2015.  The map tallies incidents by geography and investigation status.  Do you notice any trends based on where hate incidents occur in the United States?  The vast majority of hate crimes go unreported.  It's more important than ever that the public know about the actual number of crimes.  If you know of an incident, you can submit it anonymously by emailing us.

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webinar on congressional advocacy 101

Get started by advocating for stronger hate crimes protections - learn how to advocate with your member of Congress. Watch our webinar on Congressional Advocacy 101.


bystander safety guides

Additional resources for individuals experiencing bias-motivated harassment, in person or online from