Have you seen United Against Hate signs around your neighborhood or city? They are part of a growing movement with a simple goal: to unite communities against hate.
Civic leaders created United Against Hate, opens a new window in response to a rise in expressions of hate. Like many grassroots movements, United Against Hate relies on the power of civic action, calling on neighbors and residents to post signs, hold events and connect with each other to stand united against hate in all its forms.
In honor of this year’s United Against Hate Week, November 13-19, San Mateo County Libraries is helping spread the word about this powerful grassroots movement. Check out our storytimes for United Against Hate.
Our mission is to strengthen our community by creating an inclusive sense of place and environment for learning.
County of San Mateo, opens a new window is honoring United Against Hate Week with upcoming events, online resources and items to print including posters. We will be at TransACTION Day of Change, opens a new window in honor of Transgender Day of Remembrance, opens a new window on Friday, November 18, at 3:00 PM at the Courthouse Square in Redwood City.
All are welcome in our libraries to read, learn, play, make, discover and explore. Find related children’s book recommendations from our staff.
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