No Place for Hate®
The No Place for Hate® campaign empowers elementary, middle, and high school students to promote respect for individual and group differences while creating inclusive school environments where all students feel valued and respected.
The goals of this campaign are to combat prejudice and to stop those who, because of hate or ignorance, would hurt anyone or violate their civil rights. By participating in No Place for Hate® activities, schools educate their students to foster understanding of the many cultures, religions, and traditions that are shared by members of our increasingly diverse and growing community.
The Las Vegas Regional Office has been coordinating the No Place for Hate® campaign since 2004. Over 130 schools in Nevada have been involved since the launch. Schools throughout the Clark County School District, including those in North Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Henderson, Bunkerville, Boulder City, Laughlin and Mesquite are eligible to participate. It is not too late to sign up your school.
Please call (702) 862-8600 to schedule an informational meeting.
Forms for Making Your School No Place for Hate®
Intent Form (pdf)
Resolution of Respect - Primary (pdf)
Resolution of Respect - Secondary (pdf)
Project Fulfillment Form (pdf)
Steps for Becoming a No Place for Hate® School
Follow these steps to make your school No Place for Hate®.
Sample No Place for Hate® and Other Multicultural Activities
View these sample activities to help get your school on the road to becoming a No Place for Hate® School.
The Nevada Regional office of the ADL has published a resource guide with creative approaches, projects, and ideas to make our community a safe, diverse and respectful environment for all. To request a Resource Guide with over 100 ways to make our community No Place for Hate®, contact ADL at (702) 862-8600.
Special Thanks to our No Place for Hate® Sponsors