Together, we marched to say No to Hate and No to Fear. And the world listened.

Now, we’re urging Congress to pass the NO HATE act, which will help prevent further hate crimes like the stabbing in Monsey. And the shootings in Jersey City. And Pittsburgh. And Poway. Enough is enough.

The NO HATE Act, introduced in both the House and the Senate, will enable the FBI to better track, assess, and ultimately reduce hate crimes — including acts of anti-Semitism — across the U.S. Currently, more than 90 cities don’t report hate crimes to the FBI, making it harder for them to prevent attacks across the country. This bill empowers state and local governments to improve hate-crime reporting through federal grants and amends penalties for hate crimes by allowing courts to require that offenders engage in education or service to the affected community.

Join UJA and add your name to urge Congress to pass the NO HATE Act.
Act now and make your voice heard. Because an attack on one of us is an attack on all of us.