November 14-20 is LA vs Hate United Against Hate Week, which aims to inspire people to stand up to hate and to build understanding among Los Angeles County residents about what constitutes hate acts and how to report them.
The City of Rancho Palos Verdes joins L.A. County in not only celebrating the legacy and culture of the diverse populations that make up the county, but in acknowledging the challenges they have faced and continue to face.
The goals of the LA vs Hate campaign are to address the normalization of hate and inspire people to stand up to it; to build understanding about what constitutes a hate act and how to report it; and to support individuals and communities as they heal from the trauma of hate. By tracking and reporting hate we can ensure that resources are allocated appropriately, that those targeted by hate receive the support they need, that offenders are held accountable, and that together, we can build respectful and resilient communities.
Learn more about the LA vs Hate campaign at lavshate.org.
If you are the victim, or witness of, a hate incident or hate crime, you can report the incident/crime with 211 LA at lavshate.org/report or by dialing 2-1-1. Your report is confidential and 211 is not affiliated with law enforcement.