[/column] [column layout=”two”] Hear the stories of Harriet Tubman and Sojourner Truth, two brave African American women who made a difference and stood for freedom, justice, and truth during a time when neither women nor people of color were supposed to speak out. We must all band together at this time, and those of us who are white must do extra work to stand up against the bigotry and hate that is becoming virulent in the country now.
[/column] [/columns] Why a Donation? Did you know that there have been more than 300 cases of hate crimes against minorities in the US since Election Day? “They’ve been everywhere — in schools, in places of business like Walmart, on the street,” Southern Poverty Law Center President Richard Cohen said Monday. Donald Trump’s hate speech during his campaign, the fact that the KKK is celebrating his winning with a parade, and his selection of a white supremacist for one of his key advisors, has made a lot of people in America think it is OK to perpetrate hate crimes. IT IS NOT. Will you help me speak out against the hate speech and hate crimes that have been amplified since then?
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