On November 2, 2021, the Fremont City Council proclaimed the week of November 14 through November 20, 2021, as United Against Hate Week in the City of Fremont. Designed to bridge divisions and bring communities together, this week seeks to find solutions for eliminating hate and intolerance, while promoting justice, fairness, and equal treatment for all.
As part of the United Against Hate week campaign, Compassionate Fremont, a local grassroots organization dedicated to compassion and equity, along with the City of Fremont Human Relations Commission produced and distributed 5,000 posters across Fremont as part of an effort to combat hate and foster respect and inclusivity. In addition, Compassionate Fremont and the City of Fremont Human Relations Commission, among other organizations, continue sponsoring United Against Hate virtual activities.
To ensure the ideals of United Against Hate Week are observed all year long, the City of Fremont will continue to stand firmly with leaders and community members from other cities across the Bay Area who believe in fairness, justice, and equal treatment of all, and will work with our community to eliminate hatred and intolerance. The City continues to support the efforts of Compassionate Fremont, the Tri City Interfaith Council, and the Human Relations Commission to create an inclusive city, welcoming of diversity.