A Taste of Communities United

Global Street Food, Silent Auction & Raffle!

Fundraiser for CUAH’s Youth Engagement and Leadership Program (YELP) and Online Community Engagement

 

Honoring

Famed Blues Musician and Author Daryl Davis

State Senator Richard Madaleno

 

Sunday, April 29th, 6 – 8:30 PM

St. John’s Episcopal Church (Parish Hall)

6701 Wisconsin Ave, Chevy Chase, MD

 

Recognize MoCo student leaders

Meet honorees Rich Madaleno and Daryl Davis

Support a great cause and enjoy food from all over!

 

Adults ($40 online by April 22, or $45 at door)

Students/Seniors ($15 online by April 22, or $20 at door)

Kids under 5 years old (free)

 

 

The funds raised at this event will support CUAH’s online-engagement efforts and our new Youth Engagement and Leadership Program (YELP), which recognizes that our schools are critical points of entry for combating hate and bigotry, closing the achievement gap, promoting inclusiveness, and building cultures of dignity.  YELP’s student-led peer advocacy, support and education are important avenues to address these challenges and effectively reach students and communities in need of change.

Check out this short video of four MoCo Students for Gun Control activists talking about the personal significance of their March 14th school walkout, and thanking CUAH YELP for its mentorship, training, and grant support for buses that transported kids from the upcounty to the White House & Capitol that day.


Communities United Against Hate - Montgomery County (CUAH) is a nonpartisan organization that unites our diverse community to combat bigotry, support victims of hate, and promote inclusiveness in Montgomery County, Maryland.

We are committed to combating hate crimes, bigotry, and discrimination based on race, religion, nationality, ethnicity, disability, gender, and sexual/gender identity by:

 
  • Strengthening law enforcement response to hate crimes and supporting law enforcement sensitivity to the needs of minority and immigrant communities

  • Pushing for programmatic reforms within the school system

  • Disseminating quality resource materials on addressing hate and bigotry

  • Supporting rapid response to hate incidents, including victim assistance referrals, law enforcement and government engagement, traditional media response, social media response, and rallies, vigils, and/or protests

  • Advocating for public policies to address hate and bigotry at the federal, state and local levels

 

 

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