Remarks by President Biden at Signing of the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act

East Room 2:33 P.M. EDT THE PRESIDENT:  (Applause.)  Thank you.  Thank you.  Please, thank you.  Thank you.  Thank you.  Thank you.  Susan, progress is possible.  We’re moving. Good afternoon, everyone.  As I said from the beginning of my campaign, Madam Speaker, that the campaign for President –throughout, you would call me and tell me, “Keep…

FACT SHEET: New Actions from the Biden-Harris Administration and the Public and Private Sectors to Foster Unity and Prevent Hate-Motivated Violence

Today, at the White House, President Biden is hosting the United We Stand Summit to counter the corrosive effects of hate-fueled violence on our democracy and public safety. The Summit will honor the resilience of communities who are healing from hateful attacks, including mass shootings, from Oak Creek to Orlando, Charleston, Pittsburgh, El Paso, Atlanta,…

United We Stand: Countering Hate-Fueled Violence Together

By Domestic Policy Advisor Susan E. Rice Hate must have no safe harbor in America—especially when that hate fuels the kind of violence we’ve seen from Oak Creek to Pittsburgh, from El Paso to Poway, and from Atlanta to Buffalo. When we cannot settle our differences of opinion peacefully, and when ordinary Americans cannot participate…

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