© 2016 by the Coaltion Against Hate

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#BREAKHATE 

“Together, the Coalition Against Hate will meet with news media network executives to make sure that our voices are heard over the rhetoric that misinforms, prejudices, and energizes those who would commit hateful acts. It is infecting our workplaces, classrooms and homes, and we are joining groups that represent women, people of color, LGBT individuals, and people of every faith and walk of life to say enough is enough. It's high time we restore a civility to our public discourse that accurately represents and respects all people."

 

Alex Nogales, President & CEO of the National Hispanic Media Coalition 

 WE WILL 

 BE HEARD. 

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 LATEST NEWS: 

The National Hispanic Media Coalition and the Coalition Against Hate stand together in denouncing the Supreme Court's shameful decision upholding the travel ban against Muslims.

Read the Coalition Against Hate statement regarding President Trump's comments in the DACA meeting

January 2018

Time is overdue to call the alt-right what it really is: White surpemacy

The Coalition Against Hate (CAH) strongly condemns the Charlottesville “Unite the Right” hate rally and demands that the deceitful term alt-right be dropped from the nation’s vocabulary once and for all.

The CAH denounces the term ‘alt-right’ for the simple reason that it is not an alternative right-wing movement. It is simply put, a rebranding of a white supremacy ideology adopted by groups such as neo-Nazis, the KKK, and other hate-filled, bigoted, racist groups that are not representative of the American fabric. 

The Coalition Against Hate REJECTS the lack of representation by communities of color and other vulnerable groups in Network TV political talkshows.

The Coalition Against Hate, along with 34 of its partner organizations, sent a letter to the heads of Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC to express a deep concern regarding the lack of inclusion of black, Latino, Middle Eastern, Asian-American, and LGBTQ guests on morning political talk shows. The Coalition Against Hate stressed that this is especially important at a time when these communities are disproportionately impacted by the political climate, including, as targets of a growing wave of hate crimes. 

Cable News Nets Pressed for More Diverse Political Talkers

Coalition Against Hate says it would be happy to talk with heads of media about solutions.

December 07, 2016

48-Member Coalition Against Hate Launches Effort to Hold Purveyors of Hate Speech, Media Platforms Accountable

The Coalition Against Hate announced today an effort to #breakhate and bring civil discourse back to the public square by holding purveyors of hate speech accountable and working with media platforms to abandon hate speech as a profit model. 

December 01, 2016

42 Organizations Form Coalition Against Hate, Groups Urge Trump to Eject Extremists from Inner Circle

Coalition Calls for Peaceful but Forceful Opposition to Normalization of Racism, Sexism, Xenophobia, Homophobia, Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia.

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