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Confronting Hate Together: A Digital Exhibit

Hate and bigotry have cast a long shadow across American history, and our communities in Washington State are no exception. The Confronting Hate Together exhibit explores the experiences of racism, antisemitism, and anti-Asian prejudice faced by Black, Jewish, and Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities in our region.

This digital exhibit builds upon the powerful physical exhibit at the Wing Luke Museum, delving deeper into the historical timelines and ongoing struggles of these communities. We will examine how these groups have confronted discrimination, built coalitions, and fought for justice throughout the years.

By exploring these stories, we hope to educate ourselves about the history of hate and its impact on different communities, recognize the ongoing challenges these communities face, and celebrate the acts of resistance and resilience by these groups. empower ourselves and our communities to work together for a more just and equitable future.