Dignity. us is a bipartisan initiative to address hate-fueled violence, launched by a group of former White House officials. More than 50 community foundations have joined the effort, which seeks to elevate local solutions. Martha Ramirez reports:
This is the purpose of the White House United We Stand Summit and dignity.us, the citizens’ initiative to address hate-fueled violence in America that we are launching.
The four co-chairs served under Presidents George W. Bush, Barack Obama and Donald J. Trump and seek to work with communities to address the growing national crisis of hate-fueled violence and protect human dignity.
Many say rising political division and ideological violence threaten democracy but there are risks with Biden addressing it directly. Featuring Dignity.us Co-Chair, John Bridgeland.
At the United We Stand Summit, President Joe Biden announced the launch of Dignity.us to counter hate-fueled violence and domestic terrorism.
'It's still so fresh': Community Health Center leader gives Buffalo a voice at White House summit on hate-fueled tragedies.
President Biden on Thursday called for accountability for social media platforms for their role in fueling violence as the White House hosted a summit aimed at combating hate-based violence.
Companies have been pressed to safeguard their platforms. Biden will announce initiatives in wake of hate-fueled crimes.