Building Hate Crime Response Capacity in Community-Based Organizations
University of Houston, Graduate College of Social Work
Phase Two Research Report Released
Houston Coalition Against Hate in collaboration with the University of Houston Graduate School of Social Work announces the release of our Phase 2 Report, “Building Hate Crime Capacity in Community Based Organizations (CBOs).” This research study, led by Clinical Associate Professor Aabha Brown and team, ascertains the current capacity of community-based organizations (CBOs) in Houston to respond to hate crimes.
Please read our joint press release.
Houston Coalition Against Hate (HCAH) is a network of community-based organizations, institutions, and leaders who come together to reduce hate and encourage belonging.
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Strong people stand up for themselves, courageous people stand up for and with others.
WITHOUT YOU THERE IS NO US.
The Houston Coalition Against Hate (HCAH) is a network of community-based organizations, institutions and leaders in Houston, TX that have come together to collectively address incidents of bias, hate, discrimination and violence against Houstonians because of their religion, race, ethnicity, gender, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression and immigration status.
Generations of American Indians have been Native and connected to the stolen land now known as the Texas Gulf Coast. Among them are the Atakapa-Ishak, Karankawa, Mariame, and Akokisa tribes. We honor their elders, past and present, as well as the Indigenous people from many nations who live and work in this region today. May this acknowledgement be a humble first step in the undoing of Indigenous erasure, providing accurate historical context while serving as a reminder to current non-native inhabitants, as we strive toward peace, reconciliation, and justice.