Black
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Meet Bryan Stevenson

February is Black History Month, a time to honor the enormous contributions African Americans have made and continue to make each and every day. Let’s celebrate Change Makers like Bryan Stevenson, Founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative and driving force behind the Legacy Museum and National Memorial for Peace and Justice, who are shaping our culture. Read the full story here.

A MOVEMENT AGAINST HATE IN AMERICA

Hate happens when people are targeted because of who they are — and it thrives when we stay silent. But there is a groundswell of people across the country tackling hate in unique and innovative ways to create a more inclusive, equitable America. We all have the power to create — to create awareness, dialogue, connections, support, and ultimately real and lasting change. Together, our voices can be louder than hate.

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THE ERASE THE HATE MOVEMENT

Black History Month

BLACK HISTORY MONTH ACKNOWLEDGES THE RICH CONTRIBUTIONS THAT AFRICAN AMERICANS HAVE MADE AND CONTINUE TO MAKE TO OUR COUNTRY’S HISTORY

Join us as we celebrate African Americans who are shaping our culture.

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What action will you take to counter hate?

Join the #EraseTheHatePledge social campaign.

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Big or small, your efforts matter. Find out how to volunteer with a local organization in your community.

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TOGETHER OUR VOICES ARE LOUDER THAN HATE

Familiar faces from NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment are helping us stand up against hate.

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We all have the power to create change.

NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment teamed up with Grammy-winning Producer Timbaland and recording artist Princess Nokia to create a powerful original music anthem video for its “Erase The Hate” social impact campaign. Read the full lyrics and get bonus behind-the-scenes videos here.

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Change Makers

Find out how these Change Makers are taking a proactive approach to countering hate and creating inclusivity and equality in their communities.

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