Cook County United Against Hate is a movement, a mission statement, and a mantra. The initiative disrupts discrimination by providing pictorial, verbal, and educational avenues to stand up against all forms of hate.
Cook County United Against Hate is:
A community-spirited beacon of unity that disrupts the many too-symbols of intolerance
An empowering pledge to welcome all people regardless of their background or identity, and to support tolerance and justice
A personal choice to become educated on the legacies of systemic impacts of bigotry, and discrimination and how to be actively anti-hate
Any individual in Cook County who has experienced discrimination or harassment based on an aspect of their identity can file a complaint with Cook County’s Commission on Human Rights.
We thank you for joining us in standing up to hate.