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2011 Hours Against Hate

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 2011 Hours Against Hate

2011 Hours Against Hate is a campaign to stop bigotry and promote respect across lines of culture, religion, tradition, class, and gender. Launched by Special Representative to Muslim Communities Farah Pandith, and Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Hannah Rosenthal, the State Department is asking young people around the world to pledge their time to stop hate—to do something for someone who doesn’t look like you, pray like you, or live like you. We are asking the next generation to work together to build a stronger, more prosperous world. No one group can do it alone.

Special Representative Pandith and Special Envoy Rosenthal officially launched “2011 Hours Against Hate” at the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in Vienna, Austria on February 17, 2011.

Stand Up and Speak Out.
Hate is Hate, No Matter Who the Target Is.

Join the Campaign!
Facebook: www.facebook.com/2011HoursAgainstHate 
Twitter: #2011AgainstHate

For more information, check out these links:

2011 Hours Against Hate Campaign Q&A at the Foreign Press Center

Video of the 2011 Hours Against Hate Townhall at George Washington University, April 29, 2011

Secretary Clinton’s remarks on 2011 Hours Agains Hate

U.S. Special Representatives on Anti-Semitism, Muslim communities address OSCE Permanent Council, call for combatting intolerance

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