The mission of the Mayor’s Council Against Hate is to understand the factors leading to the spread of violent extremism and intolerance in Chattanooga and to advise the public and private sectors on policies and strategies that will create a more civil, safe, and welcoming community for all people.
The vision of the Mayor’s Council Against Hate is for the greater Chattanooga area to be known as the most civil, safe, and welcoming community in the country that honors freedom of expression, protects marginalized populations, and regards the diversity of faiths, ethnicities, genders, and viewpoints as an essential strength.
UPCOMING ACTION TEAM MEETINGS & EVENTS
Get involved with the Council Against Hate by joining us at one of these upcoming Action Team meetings:
Educators Action Team conference call update
Educators Action Team meeting
February 18 at 4:30 p.m.
Hamilton County Schools Central Office
Business Action Team meeting
February 13 at 5:00 p.m.
Edney Innovation Center, 5th Floor
The Council Against Hate's podcast, The Scanner, includes conversations about journalism, extremism, and what's happening in America. Our thanks to the American Diversity Report and WUTC for their support.
Hatebase is a project that catalogues and tracks hate speech in real time. To learn more about Hatebase’s mission and capabilities, visit hatebase.org.
To submit a sighting or incident of hate speech, complete the below form.
Any text or input submitted via the below form is for informational purposes only and is not a City of Chattanooga official report. Further, the information as submitted is not routed to the Chattanooga Police Department. To report a non-emergency incident or crime that is not in progress and in which no one is injured, please contact the Chattanooga Police Department non-emergency line at (423) 698-2525. In the event of an emergency, call 911.
To better understand what types of incidents occur in our community, the Research & Data action team partnered with the Chattanooga Police Department to compile fifteen years of bias-motivated incident data and five years of Housing & Urban Development data into interactive data visualizations. Click the links below to explore.
The work of the Council Against Hate is only as strong as the involvement of our entire community. Please follow us on Facebook for videos, links, and updates about the Council's special events and projects.
If you would like to share an idea about how to improve our work, please reach out to our Action Team staff members directly:
Public Policy or Research & Data
Katie Wells: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students & Youth or Faith & Culture
Jermaine Freeman: email@example.com
Educators or Businesses & Employers
Tyler Yount: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kerry Hayes: email@example.com
Note that the Council Against Hate is not a law enforcement or victims' services agency. This page is for informational purposes only. To report crime, please call 423-698-2525. For emergencies, please call 911.