Under 18 U.S. Code § 249 - Hate crime acts, victims of hate crimes are protected under United States and California law.
Hate crime simple definition:
"Crimes that are committed against individuals or groups or property based on the real or perceived race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, national origin, or ethnicity of the victims. These personal characteristics acting as the motive for the crime perpetrator is what distinguishes hate crimes from other crimes."
Learn more about hate crimes, hate incidents, and what you can do to stop hatred in our community. faq_about_hate_crimes_and_incidents.pdf
This webpage has resources available in English, Spanish, Tagalog, Vietnamese and Chinese (Traditional).
Please note that some materials will have documents translated into multiple languages on to one PDF file.
COMMUNITY ACTIVITY GUIDES:
Paint Out Day
Run/Walk Against Hate
10 Principles for Fighting Hate by The Southern Law Poverty Center (SLPC)
Title page, Principles 1 & 2: slpc_10_principles_to_fight_hate_title_principles1-2.pdf
Principles 3-7: slpc_principles_3-7.pdf
Principles 8-10: slpc_principles_8-10.pdf
Building Cultural Competency (SLPC) slpc_building_cultural_competency_posters-1.pdf
5 Steps for Parents & Guardians to Promote Tolerance (SLPC) slpc_5_steps_for_parents_guardians_for_promoting_tolerance.pdf
*The posters on this webpage are original designs, but the content is from the Southern Poverty Law Center
Be inspired to promote tolerance and make a difference!