The A.H.O (anti-hate organization) is an online group fighting for racial, religious, gender, sexual preference, etc. equality. Our goal is to educate people about hate, anti-hate, etc. through others experiences. To do this, however, we need the help of the people. We need YOU to submit articles, pictures, photographs, etc. dealing with hate/anti-hate subjects. This will allow others to learn from your stories and experiences. Please get involved with us in this peace movement by signing our guestbook at the bottom of the page and clicking on the "How To Get Involved" section below. Thanx, and enjoy your time here.
11/15/97: Updated the page, added article archive, posted new articles
11/16/97: Added e-mailing list/article forms
2/28/98: Added a new article
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Story-"Help!" by Stephanie Zakas
Essay-"Fuck Nuclear Weapons" by Jeremy Cato
Essay-"I Want To Help!" by Leslie Inman
Report-"Recent Police Raids Target Homosexuals" by Maggie Hay
Essay-"Sexism and Sex Discrimination: Have Things Really Changed?" by Maggie Hay
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"the dream for you all, young and old, must be to create an ideal of human decency, and not a narrow-minded and prejudiced one. that is the great gift our country hungers for, something every little peasant boy can look forward to, and with pleasure feel he is a part of- something he can work and fight for."
~Kim Malthe-Bruun, a member of the Danish Resistance during the Holocaust. He was captured and executed by the nazis when he was 21~