Resources

 

 

#5 Post and Promote UAH Week on Social Media

Sample Tweet

#StandUnitedAgainstHate Week (@UAHWeek) relies on the generosity of those who care deeply about ensuring that we in the Bay Area stand up to hate and make it a welcoming place for all. Pls. consider donating to support their work! http://bit.ly/UAHW-Donate

Sample Facebook/Instagram Post

As many of you may know, I am a proud supporter of Bay Area Stands United Against Hate Week (@BayAreaStandsUnited / @UAHWeek) — Nov. 17-23, 2019 — and the efforts of communities around the Bay Area to create a welcoming Bay Area for all. These efforts need funding to keep going. Donations will go towards launching the United Against Hate poster store, increasing outreach, and organizing events during the month of November and beyond. Please consider donating if you can! #standunitedagainsthate http://bit.ly/UAHW-Donate

 

#6: Host a Film Screening/ Community Discussion

Start with one of these films: Waking in Oak Creek, Light in the Darkness, Manhattan Beach, When Hate Happens Here , or the original Not In Our Town film about Billings, MT (Screening Guides provide advice on how to organize a screening.)

 

 

#7 Create a “UAH Theme” List for Book Clubs, Libraries and Schools

How to Have a Meaningful Conversation About Race | NIOTAdult Reading List

The Books We Read to Help Us Understand Racism | New York Times

25 Most Important Books on Racism | Good Reads

Children Reading List

Children’s Books That Tackle Race and Ethnicity | New York Times