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Take action this Giving Tuesday to combat online hate and disinformation. Support CCDH's mission for

Take action this Giving Tuesday to combat online hate and disinformation. Support CCDH's mission for a safer internet. [Center for Countering Digital Hate]( Dear Friend, Today, your actions can shape a safer world online. This Giving Tuesday, you can do your part to stop the spread of online hate and lies. Your support can and will spark change. [DONATE TO CCDH]( We are witnessing a shocking rise in the spread of online hate and disinformation. This is happening because social media algorithms are built to push controversy to people’s timelines, feeding us a diet of hate and lies to stir our emotions and keep us glued to our screens, so that we can be served more ads, to generate more profits. Social media companies must put people before profit. Their failure to stop the spread of hate and lies can have a huge real-life impact. It affects people’s mental health, leads to radicalization, fuels intolerance, isolation, and hate. The effects of online hate can have a profound impact on vulnerable people, children, and marginalized communities. Social media bosses like Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg won’t change this business model because they’re making billions of dollars from it. That’s why CCDH campaigns for transparency and accountability for social media companies. By supporting CCDH, you’re doing your part to make the internet safer for your kids, your family, your community - for everyone. This Giving Tuesday, donate to help us continue our mission. [CHIP IN TODAY]( Thank you so much. Best wishes, The CCDH Team --------------------------------------------------------------- PS. [Watch this live conversation between our CEO Imran Ahmed and Board Member Kirsty McNeill to learn more about the imporant crossover between CCDH's work and children's rights, and why we need urgent action to protect kids online.]( [Twitter icon]( [Instagram Icon]( [Facebook icon]( [LinkedIn icon]( [YouTube icon]( General:info@counterhate.com | Press: press@counterhate.com You are receiving this email as you subscribed to CCDH's email list. [Manage personal data, email subscriptions, and recurring donations]( here or unsubscribe from [all.]( [supporter]

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