How one local organization plans to use nearly $3M to combat hate
In Orange County, hate incidents and crimes have been steadily on the rise, but a new round of state funding aims to cut that down, particularly through the help of the Orange County Asian Pacific Islander Community Alliance.
Orange County Human Relations Council Looks to Curb Rising Hate Crimes
The OC Human Relations Council is tackling hate crimes and incidents through a combination of community education and expanding reporting tools following a sharp rise in hate crimes over the past couple years.
OC rolls out Hate Hurts Us All campaign
Each morning, Lisa Armony enters her Irvine workplace through double-locked doors. Armed security personnel stand guard outside and monitor the parking lot throughout the day.
Orange County expands ‘Hate Hurts Us All’ campaign
IRVINE, Calif. — When instances of hate speech toward Asian Americans became public with greater frequency during the pandemic, Norma Lopez knew all cases weren’t being reported.
This project is funded through a grant from the ARPA (H.R. 1319), as allocated by the Orange County Board of Supervisors and administered by OC Community Services.
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