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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.


Join us for a conversation about the State of Hate work in American and Pathways Forward with our distinguished experts:Christopher Miller @freedomcenter. Karen Elam @yac_levinecenter Patrice O’Neill @notinourtown Assistant US attorney Ebunoluwa Taiwo The event is free, but registration is required: freedomcenter.org/voice/event/unmasking-realities-state-of-hate-in-america-and-pathways-forward/. ... See MoreSee Less
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Joint statement from CRCAH members the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center & YWCA Cincinnati. If you live out of the Forest Hills School District, but would like to support: www.change.org/p/fhsd-petition-to-repeal-the-culture-of-kindness-resolution/u/30697604 ... See MoreSee Less
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Please join us Monday, June 13 to talk about Hate crimes & Hate Crime reporting in the LGBTQ+ community. Join us for this important discussion. www.eventbrite.com/e/listening-session-for-the-lgbtqia-community-surrounding-hate-and-bias-ticket... ... See MoreSee Less
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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.