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The Cincinnati Regional Coalition Against Hate (CRCAH) is a nonpartisan alliance of organizations committed to being vigilant against hate activity by supporting impacted communities and fostering acceptance, compassion, and justice for all in the Cincinnati region.

Promoting Inclusive Values

Everyone deserves to be treated equally no matter what. 

Assisting Victims

We are here to help others who have been taken advantage of.


Monitor Activies

We monitor any activities that run counter to these values.


Educating The Community

We conduct year-round community education on the causes and prevention of bias, bigotry, & racism.


Create Timely Reponses

We create timely responses to hate crimes and bias incidents.

Volunteer to make a difference

We need people like you who are willing to help with the day to day needs of the organization. We organize events and reach out to members of our community to educate as well as protect. 


Official Statement: The Cincinnati Regional Coalition Against Hate wishes to express our concern over allegations that racism may have motivated opposition to a proposed Asian grocery store in Fairfield.

A Feb. 22 Cincinnati Enquirer article shared the story of a foreign-born, U.S. citizen entrepreneur who invested almost $200,000 with the intention of opening an Asian grocery store business in Fairfield. However, all seven Fairfield City Council members voted unanimously against it. One woman told the city’s Planning Commission the store would attract “undesirables.” There is simply no place in our pluralistic society for comments such as these, which demean, objectify and isolate human beings—our neighbors. This type of language only fosters hostility towards people who may be dismissed as “the other” because of their differences.

These allegations are the latest example of what to avoid if our region truly wants to become a magnet for global talent. We need to help our metropolitan area become much more welcoming and supportive of diverse entrepreneurs who want to make a positive difference for themselves, their region and this country.

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Every individual is entitled to dignity and respect, without prejudice toward race, color, gender, gender identity, (dis)ability, language, religion or lack thereof, creed, national origin, sexual orientation, and economic status.