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    By Daniella Masterson It fills our social media feeds and dominates the news cycle.  From political leaders’ racist rhetoric to neighbors’ deadly intolerance, hate is rising. “While we would like California to be an exception, hate, unfortunately, it has no borders,” said California Attorney General Rob Bonta. “Even California is not immune.” Bonta recently held ...
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    Nearly half of all individuals who reported an act of hate accepted care coordination services, including direct and ongoing support accessing legal aid or counseling  Californians can visit CAvsHate.org or call 833-8-NO-HATE for resources, to anonymously report acts of hate, and receive assistance in more than 200 languages  The California Civil Rights Department (CRD) released ...
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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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    By Peter White A journalist and organizer, a former political prisoner and a professor of African American studies share their thoughts on how victims and communities heal from hate. Across the country acts of hate are on the rise, targeting minority and historically marginalized groups and leaving lasting scars on victims, their families, and their ...
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    By Dianne Anderson At the rate hate is going, the heated political divide, the intensity of racialized hate has many activists and advocates nervous about how that might show up in the hate crime data five years from now. The Orange County Human Relations Commission does not want to leave it to chance. Every two ...
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    By Edward Henderson California Black Media   On May 4, a press conference was held to launch California vs Hate, a new website and telephone hotline created to address the sharp rise in hate crimes and hate incidents occurring in the state. The event was attended by the California Civil Rights Department (CRD), Gov. Gavin Newsom, ...
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    By Dianne Anderson A young Black teen knocks at the wrong house to pick up his kid brothers and is shot. An 18-year-old Asian woman is stabbed on a public bus, mistaken for Chinese. A white nationalist massacres 23 people after ranting online about the “Hispanic invasion” of Texas. Five were shot dead and 17 ...