Online Mosaic - Stopping Anti-Asian Hate
Online Mosaic is an innovate and multi-sectorial anti-hate project funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Department of Canadian Heritage. We are leveraging existing capacity as well as developing new capacity for stakeholders to successfully address online hate.
A key part of the Online Mosaic project is the development of a network of real world, as well as online, stakeholders. We have developed cutting edge tools and process to identify, and allow for the crowdsourcing, of online hate content, particularly towards racial (e.g Asian) or religious (e.g. Muslim) communities.
Through the development of better tools and process, the education of the public and other stakeholder, and the creation of anti-hate networks, we will be able to address the spread of online hate and its fuelling of real world violence.
In order to flag, capture, and report online hate, we have developed technological solutions for stakeholders. Relying on the crowdsourcing of data, the Online Mosaic Applications for smartphones puts the power of reporting into the hands of the public.
To build awareness among stakeholders, including elected officials at all levels of government on anti-Asian hate. This includes Federal, Provincial, Municipal, and First Nations and members of the public.
As part of anti-racism initiatives offered by Foundation for a Path Forward and allied organizations, we have impacted over 400 students directly. We facilitate events to expose students to the lived experiences of different races and religions that make up the Canadian Mosaic.
Report Anti-Asian Hate
Participate in the beta testing of our latest apps for flagging, capturing, and reporting online hate. Through the power of crowdsourcing we are able to facilitate the removal of hateful content faster than ever before!