About Our Movement

Mission Statement

We are a non-partisan, non-profit, state-wide organization of common people who are urban and rural, spiritual and secular, seeking equal protection for all, united against hate, bigotry and racism.

Our Beliefs

We believe that what really makes America exceptional and has helped build our great nation is our policy of accepting any and all people, no matter their origin, color or religion.

We, as an anti-hate community, desire a nation that is not divided between white, black, brown, Hispanic, Muslim, Jewish, LGBT and numerous other groups. We want a country where every life matters.

People of different ethnic backgrounds, genders, skin color, religions and belief systems should join this movement to help fight against hateful speech and actions.

Support Our Mission

By making a tax-deductible gift to United Against Hate you are helping to provide sustaining support to our efforts to combat hate and bigotry in all its forms. Your gift helps us to maintain a strong, vocal presence in our community and continue our mission of outreach, education, and support.

Join The Movement

Voice your support for promoting peace and unity in our community and stand united with your neighbors against hate.

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Emphasize your commitment to combating hate and injustice by making a donation to help support and sustain our efforts in the community now and into the future.

News & Events

Official launch of our non-partisan policy agenda

[Our] agenda would consist of four policies: creating greater economic security, honoring America’s heritage as a nation of immigrants, promoting religious tolerance and celebrating ethnic, cultural religious-identity differences. Read the full article and watch video on Madison365.com

We must speak with one voice against those who would divide us

As a Muslim activist and founder of the “We Are Many: United Against Hate” movement, I applaud FBI Assistant Director for Counterterrorism Michael McGarrity’s recent testimony to the House Committee on Homeland Security. … I am glad to see the word “domestic terrorism” used by the FBI in situations where the shooter is not a …