Stand Against Hate
In response to the tragedy in Charlottesville and its turbulent, eye-opening aftermath—a tragedy which exposed a national moral crisis rending the country the scale of which has not been seen for more than half-century— AHF has launched a new national advocacy campaign to take on the hatred, racism and burgeoning white supremacy movement so brutally unmasked by Charlottesville and its aftermath.
#StandAgainstHate features a national billboard campaign rolling out in Los Angeles and multiple AHF regions over the next few weeks, a social media campaign, and community forums and talkback sessions in select cities around the country where AHF has a presence.
The primary target of the hate groups in Virginia—racial and ethnic minorities—are also among key populations that AHF cares for and serves in 14 states and the District of Columbia across the country and 38 other countries around the globe.
Join us at the AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland / AIDS Healthcare Foundation office at 2829 Euclid Avenue from 5:30pm-7pm for a short film, food and open discussion. RSVPs should be emailed to Rebecca Strong at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is free and open to the public. We just ask that you RSVP via email.