Community Partners Against Hate

Created in 2019 and sponsored by the Federation, Community Partners Against hate, brings together leaders and representatives of diverse communities as well as Salt Lake officials to advocate collectively to increase the reporting of hate crimes and to support one another through incidents of hate.


In 2022, the group increased awareness about antisemitism and other forms of hatred, held school districts accountable for incidents of hate in their schools, and collaboratively worked to better educate the public on the importance of reporting incidents and crimes fueled by hate.


Pictured on the right: Utah Delegation to 2023 Eradicate Hate Global Summit

Left to Right: David Hollins, Representative Sandra Hollins, District Attorney Sim  Gill, Hillel for Utah President Asher Ireland, Consul Eduardo Bacca, Salt Lake Police Lieutenant Sam Fallows, Community Partners Against Hate Chair Jay Jacobson, Rev. Curtis Price of Interfaith Roundtable, Director of Utah Muslim Civic League Luna Banuri, Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs Nubia Peña, Associate Director of UJF Liz Paige, SLC Mayor's Equity Manager Michelle Mooney.

Public Service Announcement:

We Are Taking a Stand


To encourage the reporting of incidents of hate and hate crimes, the Community Partners Against Hate created this PSA, co-sponsored by United Jewish Federation of Utah, Salt Lake City Mayor's Office, and Salt Lake Police Department and County District Attorney's Office. Through our partnership, community leaders and public officials, we are working together to ensure that all communities feel safe to report hate incidents and to know they will be taken seriously. 
We are grateful to Salt Lake video director and producer Jordan Oliver ( for donating his time and expertise in creating this PSA. 

Partners Against Hate Respond

  • to hate incidents of antisemitism and Nazi symbol vandalism in Park City Schools

  • to a prominent Utah CEO who widely circulated a virulent antisemitic email rant

  • to press and media when we learn of acts or threats that target Jews or any groups because of their religion, race, or ethnicity

  • Federation Launches Community Security Initiative

    During the last several years, Jewish communities across North America have experienced a dramatic rise in antisemitic incidents, hate crimes, an...

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