How do we unite greater Rochester behind the very clear and powerful message to end hate?

1. Make “end hate” a rallying cry in the Greater Rochester community through programming and communications that encourage learning, listening, and taking action

2. Engage community members in conversations that challenge us to examine our biases and open ourselves to the experiences of people that are different from us

3. Develop youth leaders that are courageous and committed to engaging their peers in dialogue and action to address hate and embrace diversity and inclusion

Levine Center Programming


“I would ask people in this room what have you done to bring people together? What uncomfortable conversations have you had? It’s individuals who make change. Don’t be afraid of doing things that you can control in your own little world.”

— Dennis Basset

Black Prosperity Discussion

The Little Theatre


Film screening and
director talk back

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