No Place for Hate®

No Place for Hate

Join the Movement

Join over 1,600 schools across the country who are making their schools No Place for Hate®.

With public displays of hate on the rise, it is more important than ever for schools to commit to programs that clearly define expectations in behavior for all members of the community. Whether you are a student, educator, or family member, you have a role to play in combating bias and bullying as a means to stop the escalation of hate.

No Place for Hate is a self-directed program helping all of the stakeholders take the lead on improving and maintaining school climate so all students can thrive. To be designated No Place for Hate, a school must complete the following:

  • Needs assessment
  • Formation of a No Place for Hate committee
  • Signing of the Resolution of Respect
  • One A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute anti-bias or bullying prevention training program (optional in some regions)
  • Design and implementation of three school-wide anti-bias or bullying prevention activities

Upon completion of the required program components, schools receive a No Place for Hate banner that can be proudly displayed in the school.

Learn more by checking out the No Place for Hate Resource Guide and scrolling down to hear from people who have helped make their school No Place for Hate.

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Students

“No Place for Hate has had a truly transformative effect on my school! The positive effects of the newfound knowledge of how words and actions can make someone feel are obvious in the day-to-day interactions I’ve had with my peers at school.” – Trevon Burrows, Student at Cutler Bay Senior High School, FL

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Educators

“I encourage any school leader who wants to create a positive school climate to consider joining the No Place for Hate movement. Embedding the values of No Place for Hate lets the world know your school upholds the rights of everyone to feel safe and respected at school.” – Laura Wanstreet, Principal, Horizon Honors Elementary School, Phoenix, AZ

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Family Members

“I love how energized and recharged my 13 year old is after he comes home from ADL training and how much he wants to share what he learned that day or tell us about the new students he’s met. It is so important to provide students with strategies on how to deal with difficult situations.” – Justin Kraemer, Parent, Oceanside Middle School, Oceanside, NY

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