Stand Against Racism and Inequality (SARI) is a non-profit agency established in 1988 and operational since 1991 that helps victims of hate crimes “including racist, faith-based, disablist, homophobic, transphobic, age-based or gender-based.” You can report a crime online, email, mail, or call them. They work in England, mainly Bristol. They provide assemblies, teacher and staff training, lectures, and events at schools, and equality and diversity training at workplaces. At schools they teach both students and staff about homophobia and what it means to be gay or bi, and they teach the staff what to do when hate incidents happen. Some school events they organized focused on the Holocaust Memorial Day, Black History Month, Refugee Week, Chinese New Year, and immigration. Their goal is to spread awareness, educate, and provide help to victims of different types of hate crimes. SARI gets the ASW Coalition Stamp of Approval!
—Ola Nguyen, ASW Coalition Member