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    Programs that attempt to reduce the incidence of intimidation, property crimes and violence against individuals on the basis of their real or perceived race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability through a variety of educational interventions that focus on making people aware of the problem, encouraging people to actively condemn behaviors that promote hate crimes, and helping to develop cultural sensitivity in communities that are experiencing tension or where incidents have already occurred.

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    Abington Township Police Department - No Place for Hate ProgramNo Place for Hate program provides to the community information about prejudice. The program promotes respect for all people. It includes a Rapid Response Team, Provides support resources for Community organizations, and a Speakers Bureau. No Place for Hate Pledge Against Prejudice: I promise to try to respect ALL people, including those who are different from me. I promise to do my best to make our community no place for hate.MontgomeryAbington Police Community ProgrammingAbington Township Police Department
    Amnesty International USAUndertake research and action to prevent and end abuses of the rights to physical and mental integrity, freedom of conscience and expression, and freedom from discrimination, within the context of its work to promote all human rights. Amnesty International USA (AIUSA) is the U.S. Section of Amnesty International. Amnesty International USAAmnesty International USA
    Anti-Defamation LeagueFights anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry in the United States and abroad through information, education, legislation and advocacy. Serves as a resource on bigotry and hate activities for government, media, law enforcement, educators and the public. Activities include exposing extremists and hate groups, monitoring the internet for hate language, providing expertise on domestic and international terrorism, developing and delivering educational programs, monitoring and combating cyber-bullying and mobilizing communities to reject bigotry and extremism. Anti-Defamation LeagueAnti-Defamation League
    Center for Victims - Training, Education and OutreachCV educates the community on the causes of violence and promotes wellness and violence prevention through education and outreach, peace-building efforts, and arts and media programming. Education programs focus on sexual assault, violence prevention, grief and loss, and understanding trauma.AlleghenyCenter for Victims - Training, Education and OutreachCenter for Victims
    Community Alliance for Respect and Equality - Hate Crimes PreventionCARE, Community Alliance for Respect and Equality, is a group of Susquehanna Valley residents committed to the belief in equal treatment for all. We support and value the contributions of diverse individuals - men, women, and children of every background, racial heritage, religious or spiritual tradition, age, sexual orientation, cultural affiliation, or socioeconomic background.UnionCommunity Alliance for Respect and EqualityCommunity Alliance for Respect and Equality
    Community Responders NetworkCRN has been created to provide leaders and concerned citizens with guidance for dealing with the immediate impact of an incident of intolerance targeted at an individual or a group based on age, gender, sexual orientation, race or creed. The member of the Core Group who takes an initial message about an incident will confer with the other Core Group members, determine how best to support the victim(s), make sure that the police and the PA Human Relations Commission are aware of the incident, and then respond with a moral voice indicating to the public that intolerance in our community is not acceptable. For January 2012 - Please tell caller to contact Alanna Berger Her cell phone is 717-669-7548. February & March 2012: Tina Nixon ............c/o YWCA: 717-234-7931 (A caller needs to be informed that when connecting with the YWCA, they need to be put through to Tina Nixon's cell phone.) April 2012: Alanna Berger - 717-669-7548 May 2012: Rabbi Carl Choper: 717-903-2998 (cell) June 2012: Alanna Berger - 717-669-7548. July 2012: Rabbi Carl Choper: 717-903-2998 (cell) August 2012: Tina Nixon ............c/o YWCA: 717-234-7931 (A caller needs to be informed that when connecting with the YWCA, they need to be put through to Tina Nixon's cell phone.) September 2012: Alanna Berger - 717-669-7548. October 2012: Tina Nixon ............c/o YWCA: 717-234-7931 (A caller needs to be informed that when connecting with the YWCA, they need to be put through to Tina Nixon's cell phone.) November 2012: Rabbi Carl Choper: 717-903-2998 (cell) December 2012: Alanna Berger - 717-669-7548. DauphinCommunity Responders Network of the Capital RegionCommunity Responders Network of the Capital Region

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