There are many survivors of hate in America who are silenced or unheard. Here are the survivors whose stories you will read in American Hate.
Asmaa Albukaie is a Syrian refugee who lives in Boise, Idaho with her two children
Taylor Dumpson is a black activist and a recent graduate of American University in Washington, D.C.
Haifa, Victoria, and Rami Jabara are Christian Lebanese Americans, living in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Jeanette Vizguerra is an undocumented organizer, activist, and mother of four, living in Denver, Colorado
Alexandra Brodsky is a civil rights attorney and a co-founder of Know Your IX
Sarath Suong is a co-founder and executive director of the Providence Youth Student Movement
Shahid Hashmi is the president of the Victoria Islamic Society in Victoria, Texas
Marwan Kreidie is a longtime Arab American activist, and the spokesperson for the Al-Aqsa Islamic Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Harjit Kaur is a longtime Sikh activist and civil rights lawyer based in San Jose, California
Tanya Gersh is a Jewish American real estate agent and wedding planner who lives in Whitefish Montana
Walia Mohamed and Destinee Mangum are best friends and make their home in Portland, Oregon
Dominick Evans is a filmmaker, writer, and activist who is currently working on The Disability Collection, a project with Oath and GettyImages
Khalid Abu Dawas is a Palestinian activist, slam poet, and student at New York University
Ruth Hopkins is a Native tribal attorney, judge, scientist, and writer, and was born on the Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation