Event Planned Featuring Those Impacted Hate Crimes

On Sunday, November 22nd at 4 pm on Zoom, panelists and attendees will come together from across the country for “Together We Heal: Survivors of Hate.” The event is hosted by the Stamp Out Hate SC Coalition.

The panel will include those impacted by hate crimes at Pittsburgh's Tree of Life, Charleston's Mother Emanuel AME Church, and Orlando's Pulse Nightclub. Attendees will hear from these panelists about how hate crimes impact individuals and the communities they are a part of, and how we can take action in South Carolina to track and prosecute hate crimes effectively.


  • Beth Kissileff, New Light Congregation, Pittsburgh
  • Willi Glee, Mother Emanuel AME Church
  • Brandon Wolf, Pulse Nightclub Survivor
  • Rep. Wendell Gilliard, Moderator

Attendees must register in advance to receive the Zoom link to attend: https://stampouthate.sc/rsvp. The facebook event can be found at facebook.com/stampouthatesc.

Background on Stamp Out Hate South Carolina’s Coalition Efforts

As one of three states in the US with no law specifically protecting citizens targeted by hate crime, it is long past time that South Carolina moves forward with the passage of hate crime legislation.

In the interest of making that happen, the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Charleston, Alliance for Full Acceptance, Mother Emanuel AME Church, Charleston Hispanic Association, Lowcountry Coalition Against Hate, the Anti-Defamation League, Jewish Council for Public Affairs, Columbia Jewish Federation, Charleston Jewish Federation and others have banded together behind a position statement and an official campaign called Stamp Out Hate South Carolina.

Our position statement, the list of signers, the link to add your organization to the list, and information on how to support our campaign are available on our coalition’s website: www.stampouthate.sc.

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