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Advocating for a safe and inclusive America by documenting hate, building community, and demanding collective action

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White supremacy kills. It devastates our families and our communities.

Every person in America should live their lives feeling safe and secure. Instead, white supremacists and other hateful actors attack immigrants, communities of color, and religious minorities with impunity聽鈥?/span> all under the Trump administration鈥檚 watch.

The tragedies in El Paso, Charleston, Charlottesville, Oak Creek, Pittsburgh, Louisville, and so many other places may have targeted different communities, but each was spurred by the same force:聽 white supremacy.

Enough is Enough.

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But the data understate the true volume of violence against a diverse set of communities impacted directly by hate. Nearly 90 percent of the nation鈥檚 law enforcement agencies do not submit hate crimes to the FBI. Additionally, we know that victims and survivors may be fearful of authorities and thus, not report the crimes to law enforcement. That means our understanding of the magnitude and nature of the crisis is dangerously limited鈥?鈥斺€?even as the crisis worsens.

To take on this problematic gap in data, The Leadership Conference Education Fund launched Communities Against Hate, in partnership with the Lawyers鈥?Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and a diverse array of organizations to document stories and respond to incidents of violence, threats, and property damage motivated by hate in America. Communities Against Hate provides a safe place for survivors and witnesses to share stories of hate incidents through an online database and telephone hotline.

As the Trump administration fans the flames of nationalism and prejudice through rhetoric and alarming policies, we will not lose hope. We will continue working with communities impacted by hate to fight back and build a safe, diverse, and inclusive America.

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What Is the State of Hate?

Our report,聽Hate Magnified: Communities in Crisis,聽documents where hate incidents occur, which communities are most likely to experience hate incidents, and what form those incidents most often take. The report findings underscore the need for better data collection, comprehensive policy reform, and widespread support for combating聽hate incidents.

Alarmingly, our data show that nearly 40 percent of those perpetrating hate incidents invoked the name of an alt-right hate group, President Trump, or Trump-related rhetoric.

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Data excerpts from the report:

Hate Crimes Task Force

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Contact Us

Learn more about The Education Fund鈥檚 initiative, Communities Against Hate; share a story about your experience with hate; or get involved by contacting Anjali Thakur-Mittal, director of Communities Against Hate.

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