THE WHITE HOUSE FACT SHEET: The United We Stand Summit: Taking Action to Prevent and Address Hate-Motivated Violence and Foster Unity

On September 15, 2022, the Biden Administration hosted the United We Stand Summit at the White House to counter the effects of political violence on democracy and public safety. At the summit, the White House announced a historic package of new actions the federal government, civic, faith, philanthropic, and business leaders will take to address political violence and advance national unity. One of the items in this package was that the New Pluralists, a cross-partisan group of philanthropic and field leaders Convergence is a member of, is mobilizing $1 billion in new investments to increase support for bridgbuilding programs to tackle division and polarization.

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