Documenting Hate in Greater Newark
The goal of this project is threefold: to make sure that hateful incidents of intimidation, harassment, and verbal or physical abuse are not lost to history; to better understand the frequency and nature of such incidents; and to help end them. In pursuit of that goal, we are building a community archive of hateful incidents as reported by Rutgers University-Newark students, staff, and faculty; our family and friends; and residents of Newark and the Greater Newark area. We will provide regular updates on the stories and data we collect to the RU-N and Greater Newark communities.

If you provide your full name and email address, we will not publicize them in ANY way without your consent. We may - in the documents and reports we produce - use your first name (if provided) and details of the incident you describe.

In addition to filling out this form, please report any incidents to local law enforcement. Please also consider reporting incidents to the Southern Poverty Law Center, which is tracking intimidation and harassment nationwide:

This is a project of the Clement A. Price Institute, the Department of History, the American Studies Program, and the Center for Migration and the Global City at Rutgers University-Newark. Questions may be directed to Mark Krasovic ( and/or Karen Caplan (

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