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Stop Hate Against Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders

On Monday, March 8th, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Chair Hilda L. Solis (First District), Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell (Second District), LA District Attorney George Gascón, spoke alongside hate victims and leaders in LA vs Hate initiative, including Robin Toma Executive Director of our Commission on Human Relations, about uniting our communities, and what we can do to protect those who are being targeted for hate violence. Watch here.

LA vs Hate is a community-centered creative campaign to encourage and support all residents of Los Angeles County to unite against, report, and resist hate.

What you can do?

Report hate as a victim or bystander with LA vs Hate or
Share a message of compassion and solidarity with your community using one of our digital GIFs
Print posters or use Zoom backgrounds to promote inclusion at home and at work
Equity in Los Angeles continues to be intersectional, to learn more, please visit the Explore Justice Website

Why report hate?

When you call 211 or report online, any time of the day, any day of the week, in any language, our LA vs Hate program will do three things:
You’ll be sure we know about what happened to you, so we can do something about it and prevent it from happening to others;
You’ll get access to immediate free help from 211, whether it’s support and counseling, or talking through whether to report to the police;
You can get free help from the LA vs Hate Rapid Response partners, who can advocate for action and policy changes that can create communities free of prejudice and inequity.

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