2020 HeARTwork Against Hate

HeARTwork Against Hate Contest

The Office for the Prevention of Hate Crimes received submissions from talented young artists in the five boroughs for the inaugural HeARTwork Against Hate art contest.

Young people around the city took the time to share their creative vision that celebrates the City’s unity and diversity in the face of hate, setting an example for all New Yorkers to stand up for others. OPHC and the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City are grateful for these young visionaries’ talent and contribution to the fight against hate.

Their creative expressions of tolerance and peace will be shown across the city on digital displays in the Link NYC digital display kiosks and digital screens throughout the MTA system.

2020 Winning Submissions