Hate Has No Home

Through the Hate Has No Home at UMass campaign, we stand united in defense of diversity and inclusion. Now more than ever, we must show that we reject all forms of bigotry and hatred.

Together, we reaffirm UMass Amherst’s commitment to ensuring a safe and welcoming living-learning environment for every member of our community.

Join us in actively making UMass an inclusive campus for all.

Words from Chancellor Subbaswamy

View the latest messages from Chancellor Subbaswamy.

Digital and Social Media Toolkit

Get involved with the campaign by downloading profile photos, cover photos, and more

Featured Event

24th Annual Du Bois Lecture: Reiland Rabaka

Feb. 21, 2018
Old Chapel

Reiland Rabaka will speak on "W.E.B. Du Bois and the Emergence of the Civil Rights Movement." Learn more.

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Our Values and Progress

UMass Amherst has a long-standing commitment to social progress and social justice, and our community members seek to uphold our values of diversity, equity and inclusion. We've put actions behind our words and we’re working to follow through on the findings of our campus climate survey.

Take Action

Want to speak out against bigotry, but not sure how? Download Speak Up: Responding to Everyday Bigotry, a resource guide from the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Interested in getting your own campaign materials, such as buttons, stickers, or posters? Contact us.

Latest News

University Tells International Students 'You Are Welcome Here'

UMass Amherst joins the national #YouAreWelcomeHere campaign, which strives to make international students feel welcome on campus. Watch the video.

News Archive

International Student Resources

This year, we welcome the largest incoming class of international students to UMass. These resources can help you succeed as you settle in to campus.

Read the university’s response to federal actions.

Resources

Whether you are seeking academic, social, or other campus resources, we can help. 

Or explore resources available nationally. 

Bias Reporting and Crisis Support

While we hope you may never have to use them, UMass has multiple channels through which you can report an incident of bias or receive support.