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This initiative is a collaborative effort between the Virginia Office of Attorney General, Mark R. Herring, the creative staff at DL Media, the Gloucester County Virginia office of Emergency Management, other government officials and organizations.

The mission of the Stop Homegrown Hate initiative is to educate people about domestic extremist ideologies, activities and member groups and provide resources to identify domestic extremists in their areas.

To learn more about how your business, organization or government office can become involved, please contact the Office of the Attorney General:

Office of the Attorney General
900 East Main Street
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 786-2071

Jane Wenner
Gloucester County Emergency Management
Speakers • Event Participation
Educational Materials
(804) 693-1390

Dianne Davis, DL Media
Customized Program Materials • Promotional
Products • Websites • Mobile Apps • PSAs
(417) 725-1816


The Stop Homegrown Hate website is part of a family of public service/awareness initiatives. Information about other campaigns in Virginia can be found by clicking the links below:

Sink or Swim
Sink or Swim is not a problem-solving mechanism, nor is it intended to shape and direct ideals. The question “Will you Sink or Swim?” is presented as an individual, personal challenge to live a drug-free life or face the consequences of poor choices. The mission of the Sink or Swim initiative is to build broad awareness of issues related to drug addiction and be an information resource for individuals and families impacted by drug use.

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Human trafficking involves the use of physical force, fraud or coercion to benefit from the commercial labor or sexual exploitation of others. In the simplest terms, human trafficking is modern-day slavery. According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services, after drug dealing, human trafficking is tied with the illegal arms industry as the second largest criminal industry in the world today, and it is the fastest growing.

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Make Human Trafficking History



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