It all started with a poster.
United Against Hate Week (Nov. 17-22, 2019) is a call for local civic action by people in every Bay Area community to stop the hate and implicit biases that are a dangerous threat to the safety and civility of our neighborhoods, towns and cities.
In the fall of 2017, when members of white supremacist groups began a campaign to hold rallies in Berkeley and Oakland, California, a group of community leaders came up with a way to make a statement that neo-nazis, their hatred and their ideas were not welcome in the East Bay. For the first episode of their new podcast, Not In Our Town gathered the organizers of the poster project at our office in Downtown Oakland to talk with them about their poster project.
Join Our Movement
We hope all Bay Area cities and towns will join us in the movement against bias and bullying during United Against Hate Week (Nov. 17-22, 2019).