Stand Up to Hatred in the United States

Immigration Updates

  • Muslim Ban (June 26, 2017 update): The Supreme Court has allowed the executive order banning travel to the United States by certain people from Iran, Libya, Sudan, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen to temporarily take effect while the Court considers the case. Download the Factsheet from Muslim Advocates & Penn State Law.
  • Refugee Ban (June 26, 2017 update): Following the Supreme Court's order on June 26, arriving refugees with family ties in the United States will be permitted to enter. Refugees who do not have family ties in the United States will not be admitted. Download the Factsheet from Muslim Advocates & Penn State Law.
  • Expanded Enforcement Priorities: Learn more about the expanded deportation priorities. Download the Factsheet from Penn State Law.

Report Discrimination
Discrimination is a human rights violation and should not be tolerated.  Hold public and private institutions accountable by reporting abuse.


Salon Toolkits
Help foster inclusion and combat hate by hosting a community conversation or salon with your friends and neighbors to learn more about the human rights issues in your community. 

Teach Human Rights
Help young people cultivate civility, navigate differences with respect, and take responsibility for the human rights of all members of the community.

Know Your Rights

Other Resources

  • The 2016 Election and Human Rights - Resources by HRE USA  to address post-election unrest.
  • Respectful Dialogue - These resources complied by Engaging Schools are aimed at supporting civil discourse, respect, and a positive environment for all students as we respond with them to the aftermath of the election.
  • Speak Up! This handbook by Teaching Tolerance provides tools for confronting discrimination and racism in daily life.
  • 10 Ways to Fight Hate: A Community Response Guide.  This guide by the Southern Poverty Law Center sets out 10 principles for fighting hate, along with a collection of inspiring stories of people who worked to push hate out of their communities.
  • “5 Ways to Disrupt Racism.” This short film offers five practical ways you can help combat racism and be an ally in times when people are under attack.

Be Ready. Be Strong.

  • Download the Be Ready Be Strong presentation to help refugee and immigrant communities and allies prepare for immigration enforcement.
document Be Ready. Be Strong.   --  The Advocates' PPT includes notes to help learn and teach about immigration enforcement.