Celebrate Standing Up to Hate
Honorees of the 2022 Courageous Class share their stories with special guests.
Museum of the Courageous honors three daughters of Detroit
A national museum recognizes three Detroiters as Warriors for Justice.
Museum of the Courageous honors Kim Trent and Prosecutor Kym Worthy, who raised money for rape kit testing
In the late 2000s, the Wayne County Prosecutor’s office found over 11,000 untested rape kits in a Detroit police storage facility.
Museum of the Courageous honors a local activist and the Wayne County Prosecutor
In 2009, 11,000 untested rape kits were found sitting in a Detroit Police Department storage room. Some of them had been there for over 20 years. Last year, Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office announced that the backlog had been cleared. Earlier this week, a local activist and the Wayne County Prosecutor were honored by the Museum of the Courageous for their work clearing the backlog.
Museum of the Courageous honors Zach Banner in Courageous Class
It has been called Athletes Against Antisemitism. Zach Banner is among those taking on hate. More now in our WTAE’s series “Community Champions.”
Museum of the Courageous honors Vernon Dahmer, Sr. in Courageous Class
As states across the country reexamine voting access, we remember the courageous individuals who fought for Black Americans right to vote. More now in our MSNBC series “Changemakers.”
Museum of the Courageous nominates group of 5th graders using their voice to combat hate
As we honor the memory of Martin Luther King Jr., a group of students deserves special mention for taking Dr. King’s message of racial justice to heart. More now from Nikki Battiste in our CBS News series “Unifying America.”
Denver Resident Honored in Museum of the Courageous
The Museum of the Courageous (MOTC), a virtual museum that curates stories of Americans who have taken a stand against hate, named Denver resident Jennifer Keelan-Chaffins as part of the Courageous Class 2022.
NFL’s Zach Banner honored for speaking out against antisemitism
Pittsburgh Steelers offensive tackle Zach Banner is being honored for speaking out against antisemitism by the Museum of the Courageous.
Vernon Dahmer to be honored
The Museum of the Courageous chose Dahmer for its inaugural Courageous Class because his message still resonates today.
Dr. Shahid Shafi took a stand against hate and injustice through courageous acts
Dr. Shahid Shafi, a former Southlake city council member and ex-vice chairman of the Tarrant County Republican Party, has been recognized by a national organization for standing up for religious freedom.
Anti-hate museum honors three metro Detroit leaders for courageousness
On a federal holiday to honor a bold civil rights leader, an unusual museum lauded three Detroiters for their courageousness.
Museum of the Courageous: Nyack couples highlight stories that inspire
The result is the Museum of the Courageous, a nonprofit dedicated to celebrating stories of people standing up to hate and founded on the belief that powerful narratives compel action.
Steelers player honored by Museum of the Courageous for standing up to antisemitism
Steelers offensive tackle Zach Banner is one of six honorees in the Museum of the Courageous’ newest Courageous Class, which spotlights individuals and groups who take a stand against hate.
Steeler Zach Banner honored for standing against antisemitism
Pittsburgher. Steelers Offensive tackle, #72. Champion in the fight against antisemitism and hate.
Pittsburgh’s faith community honored by new museum
The Pittsburgh faith community’s response to the deadly synagogue attack of Oct. 27, 2018, is continuing to garner national attention – this time from a budding national nonprofit dedicated to combating hate.
Zach Banner’s denouncement of antisemitism honored by Museum of the Courageous
Zach Banner has been educating himself and others about the dangers of antisemitism since summer 2020. Now he’s being honored for the courage displayed in standing up for Jews everywhere.
Pittsburgh faith community honored for response to Tree of Life attack
A new Museum of the Courageous — a virtual institute that aims to inspire people to stand against hatred and injustice — is honoring Pittsburgh’s faith community for the way it stood in solidarity with the Jewish community in the wake of the deadly 2018 Tree of Life synagogue attack.
Pittsburgh’s faith community inducted into the Museum of the Courageous
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Pittsburgh is being honored for the way its faith community responded to the deadly 2018 attack on the Tree of Life synagogue.
The Museum of the Courageous includes the 2017 Portland Max heroes in the Courageous Class
The decision to include Ricky John Best, Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche, and Micah Fletcher was an easy one, says executive director.
Pittsburgh Faith Community recognized by the Museum of the Courageous
On this MLK Day we cannot engage in our regular acts of service because of the pandemic. But we can recognize those who have taken a stand against hate. A new museum has done just that for the Pittsburgh Community.