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Education & Outreach NO PLACE FOR HATE

No Place for Hate Students

No Place for Hate®

ADL’s No Place for Hate® initiative provides schools and communities with an organizing framework for combating bias, bullying and hatred, leading to long-term solutions for creating and maintaining a positive climate. No Place for Hate schools receive their designation by:

  • Building inclusive and safe communities in which respect is the goal, and all students can thrive.
  • Empowering students, faculty, administration and family members to take a stand against hate and bullying by incorporating new and existing programs under one powerful message.
  • Engaging schools and communities in at least three anti-bias activities per year, which ADL helps  to develop.
  • Sending a clear, unified message that all students have a place to belong.

Participating Regions

Strategies and Resources for Youth

More Anti-Bullying Resources

Resources for Classroom and Community

Become a No Place For Hate School

For millions of students, bullying, cyberbullying and name-calling can damage their self- esteem and ability to learn. No student should ever feel isolated because of his or her ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation or physical appearance. No Place for Hate is an effective part of the solution, which is currently offered through 17 of ADL's regional offices.

Find No Place For Hate Regions

The Pyramid of Hate

A useful tool for your classroom to help students understand how words, jokes, and stereotypes can escalate to hate.

Pyramid of Hate (PDF)

Anti-Bias and Anti-Bullying Resources

Michael Priest Photography©

Since its inception in 1999, No Place for Hate has directly reached over 3.5 million people and is currently active in more than 1500 schools and communities nationwide.

We are seeing the difference every day, as described by one school administrator:

"The students took the lead from the very first meeting. Their passion astounded me. They quickly identified the most problematic issues here on our campus regarding hatred, bigotry, and intolerance, and dedicated themselves to be true agents of change."