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    As part of California’s coordinated response to a nationwide increase in hate, the California Civil Rights Department (CRD), alongside state and community partners, released new data highlighting the impact of California vs Hate in its first year of operation and announced new and ongoing initiatives to combat hate across the state. Officially launched a year ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Murderous acts of race hate spanning generations require financial compensation to start the healing, but communities of color standing in solidarity is something money can’t buy. Hassam Ayloush said the Antisemitic flyers recently distributed in Redlands reflect a larger uptick in hate flyers against groups across southern California. But he feels part ...
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    State of Black America By Stacy M. Brown NNPA Newswire Sr Natl Correspondent The National Urban League’s 2023 State of Black America report concluded that an uptick in police brutality, specifically against Black Americans, is no coincidence. Across the nation, white supremacist groups and domestic terror cells have infiltrated law enforcement and the military ranks, ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Black people once more are taking the brunt of racist attacks and incidents at two to four times higher than all other groups in Los Angeles County, topping the charts at an alarming rate of hatred not seen in 19 years. Community leaders came together last week to discuss the recent Los ...
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    By McKenzie Jackson California Black Media When hip hop icon and fashion designer Kanye West wore a black, long-sleeved shirt with “WHITE LIVES MATTER” emblazoned on the backside in white block letters at his Yeezy fashion show in Paris on Oct. 3, it started a national conversation on racism that intensified four days later when ...