Since starting #USvsHate, we’ve worked hard to define “hate” as a word that extends beyond mean feelings. We’re tackling harmful habits of treating other people as less valuable.
Here’s the definition that we use, taken from our About page:
Minhtuyen Mai, Mica Pollock, Mariko Yoshisato and team
March 17, 2021
The news of yesterday’s violence shook us to our core — and it’s part of a wave of incidents that demand our attention and explicit rejection.
By Benjamin Kennedy, Dolores Lopez, Mica Pollock, Erika Reece, Mariko Yoshisato, and Reed Kendall
In this incredible year, we at #USvsHate have stayed inspired by young people who used their powerful voices to counter hate, bias, and injustice.
Will you invite your students to use their own voices and join…
By Mariko Yoshisato, Erika Reece, Mica Pollock, Sarah Peterson, Minhtuyen Mai, Dolores Lopez, Benjamin Kennedy, Reed Kendall, Kim Douillard, and Dana Chung
Learn more about how to create and submit student work for the current challenge. Deadline: March 12
In the fall of 2020, we talked with teachers across the…