Media Production

Education & Community Building

"They Pour Love Into Everything"

"Erace The Hate is peace. They pour love into everything they do, and their work continues to show this time and time again. I'm grateful that I got the opportunity to get to know what Erace The Hate is really about and all that they do for the world."

Jasmin Galecio
Creative Technologist

"A Pleasant Experience"

"I Like how their focus is on community. This is a truly innovative team that works hard and has real talents"

Dyna Edyne
R & B Vocalist

"Safe Space For Mentorship"

"Erace The Hate has been my safe space for mentorship and guidance for over 7 years. The ARTrepreneur 101 program has helped me prioritize my entrepreneurial workload so I could have better financial results."

Frederick Maranda
ARTrepreneur Student

"A Moment In Time"

"With the the support of a few classmates, we were able to start and push the Erace The Hate movement in the Capital of America. We had the belief that we could change the world and push the Erace The Hate message with Eracism Clothing. Catching the eye of upcoming celebrities like Currensy, Waka Flaka, Miguel, and Wale, we were able to create a moment in time that evolved into a way of life"

Joel Nicholson-Shanks
Erace The Hate Founding Member
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ORGANIZATION TIMELINE

CAMPAIGNS

  1. "What is Eracism?"

    In 2009, Erace The Hate was founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C. Twelve students collaborated to create an innovative platform for expressing peace and positivity.
    They recognized the need for the youth to express themselves and the imperative of Entrepreneurial ownership; thereby launching Erace The Hate’s first Public campaign “What is Eracism”. A community Education and outreach effort to learn the needs and wants of the people, directly from the people and youth in their own communities.

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  2. "Pursuit of Excellence"

    Erace the Hate continued to grow as an organization reaching more and more in engaged communities. Building on community feedback and analysis a new campaign was launched dubbed “Pursuit of Excellence”; a campaign focused on issues affecting the lives of the people, Social Justice for the “least of these”, and practical solution based programs for young entrepreneurs. We led participants to the grounds of the mall Washington, D.C. to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of “The March on Washington”. We executed our first high-quality media production. Our first fundraiser (musical performances) named “Soular Sundays” was held at Tropicalia on world famous U Street Washington, D.C.

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  3. "Power Two The Peaceful"

    The Power To The Peaceful campaign was concentrated on strategic and unified organization. We recognized there are a lot of organizations with a desire to make an impact. Organizing one another to work in unison will only magnify our vision. Erace The Hate takes a closer look on working with the youth, our future. With student leadership, youth empowerment,
    technology, arts, and entertainment, Power to The Peaceful will mobilize
    initiatives seeking to make a positive impact on the community. Erace The Hate created its first International Event with a New Year event in Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa during the Ebola pandemic. Bring much need support, supplies, and offerings of peace and prosperity.

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  4. "Legalize Peace"

    "LEGALIZE PEACE" IS OUR AUTHORIZATION FOR LIKE MINDED
    INDIVIDUALS TO COORDINATE EFFORTS FOR MASSIVE SOCIAL CHANGE. The slogan “Legalize Peace” represents our right to outwardly demonstrating on behalf of peace. THIS CAMPAIGN TAKES OWNERSHIP OF THE PRESENT SOCIAL STATE AND PROPOSES SOLUTIONS FOR NAVIGATING THE COMPLEXITIES OF THE HUMAN CONDITION.

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  5. "ARTrepreneur"

    We officially launched our youth program! To date the most impactful and exciting campaigns to date was launched ARTrepreneur. ARTrepreneur, is a non-profit collaborative, designed to provide an instructional program for young Artrepeneurs to learn modern production, recording, artistic design, finance (personal/business) project manager, and leadership skills. We ask the public to help support the development of a program that can be scaled into multiple
    communities. We will cultivate the creative talents of our youth and increase social awareness.

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  6. “Lead With Love”

    Our efforts as an organization require discipline, communication, teamwork, and faith. However, everyone has their own reality and may be dealing with internal battles we don’t understand. The Lead With Love campaign was designed for Eracists to literally think of the word “Love” before we act. Under this campaign we officially established ourselves as a non-profit organization. In 2020, we introduced our Annual Kwanzaa celebration.

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  7. “Tell The Story”

    After 12 years of making an impact in the community, we are taking time to reflect on the journey thus far. Erace The Hate has unique a way of inspiring others by creating a safe platform to tell their story.

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