Characters Unite Award
UnityND Director Scott Garman is one of 10 nationwide USA Network Characters Unite Award recipients for 2014.
UnityFest A Huge Success
Thank you to everyone who attended our first annual UnityFest! It was a huge success and we're already planning next year's event.
You're Awesome!
Thank you to the thousands of people in North Dakota and beyond who support our mission and make it possible to confront hatred & racism.

Confronting Hate & Racism in North Dakota

UnityND believes that direct action and strong opposition are needed to combat those who seek to spread injustice, hatred, and divisiveness. As citizens, it is our duty not just to bear witness, but to actively work to find solutions to the problems of racism, classism, sexism, and hate. We will strive to protect our communities and citizens with all resources available to us until our mission is achieved.

The Soul of UnityND

The people and projects of UnityND
UnityND is made possible by the hard work, dedication and love of the good people of North Dakota coming together to fight racism, sexism, intolerance and hate in our state. From our fist day of action in defense of the small town of Leith, ND, our group has grown and our mission expanded to combat those who seek to spread injustice, hatred, and divisiveness across our state and our nation. We are made powerful by the people of UnityND.
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