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United Against Hate Week (Nov. 14-20, 2022) is a call for local civic action to stop the hate and biases that pose a dangerous threat to the safety and civility of our neighborhoods, towns and cities. The UAH campaign, which emerged from a poster campaign by Bay Area Cities, has spread to over 200+ communities.  San Diego will participate for the first time this year.  Inspired by partners throughout California, the U.S. Attorney’s office is working to implement a powerful campaign that will empower local residents and communities to stand against racism and alter the course of growing intolerance. When cities and residents work together against hate, we can restore respect, embrace the strength of diversity and build inclusive and equitable communities for all.

Upcoming Events

United Against Hate Calendar of Events 


Nov. 14, 2022


Nov. 15, 2022


Nov. 16, 2022


Nov. 17, 2022


Nov. 18, 2022


Nov. 19, 2022



Art of Inclusive Communication (NCRC)



5:00pm- 6:30pm

Art of Inclusive Communication





Hate Crime Training

(San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium)




County Board

of Supervisors Proclamation


10am- 11:30am

Art of Inclusive Communication




11:00am - 12:00pm

Twitter/ Social Media storm



Art of Inclusive Communication






9:00am -11:00am

Antisemitism and Bias Seminar




Bystander Challenge




5:00pm- 6:30pm

Bystander Challenge






10:00am- 11:30am

Bystander Challenge




10:00am -11:00am

Stop the Hate

(Somali Bantu Association)



Bystander Challenge





Hate Crime Training and Victim Resources

(San Diego District Attorney’s Office)


3:00pm – 4:30pm

Award Ceremony for school essay and poster contest winners

(U.S. Attorney’s Office; Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association)


11:00am – 2:00pm

Hate Crime Panel Discussion

(North County LGBTQ Resource Center)


Registration Links:

Click on the links below to register for the trainings that will be happening during United Against Hate week.


National Conflict Resolution

Art of Inclusive Communication: The National Conflict Resolution Center invites you to join us as we explore othering, allyship, and how we can all be actively working to make our communication, our lives, and our organizations more inclusive. Let’s take the next steps on our path forward and build a stronger community by embracing diversity and fostering belonging.

The Bystander Challenge: The National Conflict Resolution Center invites you to join us in this interactive, dialogue-focused workshop, to learn skills to address micro-aggressions in ways that demonstrate respect, inclusiveness, and dignity for everyone involved.

NCRC Eventbrite page (here)


ADL San Diego

During the webinar, ADL San Diego’s Education Director will review resources and strategies for how ADL Education works with youth, educators and families to challenge bias and stop the escalation of hate before it progresses. In addition to sharing data on antisemitism, there will also be a panel discussion titled 3 ½ Years Post Chabad of Poway Shooting Incident. 

Register here

Stop the Hate- Somali Bantu Association

Learn about hates crimes, discuss hate crime terminology and scenarios, learn how to deal with the aftermath of hate crimes. 


Hate Crime Training and Supporting Victims of Hate Crimes in San Diego County

Learn more about combatting hate crimes, how to report hate crimes, resources and services available to support victims of hate crimes.


We Stand United Against Hate Panel Discussion

Learn more about defining a hate crime vs hate speech, how hate shows up in our communities, what can we do about hate and biases, and how to report hate crime in north county.

In person event: Guajome Park Academy, 2000 N. Sante Fe Ave., Vista, CA 92083


Get Involved

Joins us! You can host a workshop or event, post signs, share stories, connect with schools and neighborhoods. No event is too small, because working united in each community is what will defeat hate in all communities.

Take Action United Against Hate
UAH Coloring Book
UAH Pledge


Take Action (click HERE)

Pledge Card (click HERE)

Spanish Pledge Card (click Here )

Coloring Book (click HERE)

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Social Media Post Ideas

Join the social media storm scheduled for Tuesday, November 15th from 11am to 12pm. Below you will find some social media post ideas. Feel free to use the images below during United Against Hate week or create your own. The social media toolkit also has a variety of images and post you can use. Don’t forget to use the #SDUnitedAgainstHateWeek hashtag.

Download the images

All We Need is Love Click Here

San Diego Stands Against Hate Click Here

San Diego vs Hate Click Here

Hitting Hate Out of our Ballpark Click Here

Stop AAPI Hate Click Here

Hijabi Pride Click Here

Jewish and Proud Click Here

Proud of my Identity Click Here

Too Close to Home Click Here

Latino Pride Click Here

Hispanic Roots Click Here

My Power Click Here

No Hate in My School Click Here

San Diego United Against Hate Click Here

Report Hate Incidents Click Here


These toolkits are designed to help message hope and unity.  Join the movement and get involved! Help spread the message of stopping hate in our community. 

Click on the image to download

School Toolkit
Social Media Toolkit
Business_Agency Toolkit


United Against Hate Sign

Post a United Against Hate sign at your office, classroom, home, business, or any other location in support of United Against Hate Week. 

United Against Hate Poster

Download this poster (click HERE)

Click on the link below to download posters

 Chula Vista Poster

Carlsbad Poster

Calexico Poster

Coronado Poster

Del Mar Poster

El Cajon Poster

El Centro Poster

Escondido Poster

Encinitas Poster

Imperial Beach Poster

La Mesa Poster

Lakeside Poster

Lemon Grove Poster

National City Poster

Oceanside Poster

Poway Poster

San Marcos Poster

San Ysidro Poster

Santee Poster

Solana Beach Poster

Vista Poster



  • Alliance San Diego
  • Anti- Defamation League (ADL)
  • Asian Pacific Islander Initiative
  • Baha’is of Lakeside
  • Butterfly Project
  • CA DOJ – Office of Attorney General
  • City Attorney Mara Elliott
  • City Attorney’s Office
  • City of Lemon Grove
  • Community Partnership Prosecutor with DA’s Office Cheryl Sueing-Jones
  • Consulate General of Mexico in San Diego
  • County of San Diego
  • CSA San Diego County Fair Housing
  • District Attorney's Office
  • District Attorney Summer Stephan
  • Earl B. Gilliam Bar Foundation 
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) San Diego
  • Homeland Security Investigations
  • Imam Taha Hassane, Islamic Center of San Diego, CA
  • Inner City Athletic Program
  • Institute for Public Strategies-San Diego
  • Jacobs Center For Neighborhood Innovation
  • Lakeside Amity
  • Live Well San Diego
  • Motivated Youth Academy
  • National City Police Department
  • National Conflict Resolution Center (NCRC)
  • North County LGBTQ Resource Center
  • Pacifica Institute
  • Playwrights Project
  • San Diegans for Gun Violence Prevention
  • San Diego Civic Youth Ballet
  • San Diego County Office of Education 
  • San Diego County Sheriff
  • San Diego Federal Bar Association - DE&I Committee
  • San Diego Human Relations Commission
  • San Diego Regional Anti-Hate Crime Coalition
  • San Diego Unified School District
  • San Diego Union Tribune
  • SAY San Diego
  • State Council on Developmental Disabilities- San Diego, Imperial Office
  • St. Mark's United Methodist Church-San Diego
  • The Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice Studies
  • U.S. Attorney Randy Grossman

Essay and Poster Contest for K-12

The U.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of California is excited to launch our first poster and essay contest for San Diego United Against Hate Week 2022. Have your kids put their creativity to the test in hour of United Against Hate. The contest is open to all student’s grade K-12.  The poster contest is for K-5 students and the essay contest is for 6-12 students. Please submit your poster or essay by October 21st to .

Essay and Poster contest for K-12th grade students open from Sep. 6th to Oct. 21st. 

If you have any questions, contact Shastity Urias at or 619-546-9399.


Essay Contest


For More Information Contact

For questions or to get involved please contact Cindy, Cipriani, or Shastity Urias,, 619-546-9399.