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Studies show the effects of racism

Studies show the effects of racism

“One of the most popular liberal post-racial ideas is the idea that the fundamental problem is class and not race, and clearly this study explodes that idea,” said Ibram Kendi, a professor and director of the Antiracist Research and Policy Center at American University. “But for whatever reason, we’re unwilling to stare racism in the face.”

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Workshop – kNOw Hate in the LGBT Community

Workshop - kNOw Hate in the LGBT Community

On March 29, join the LGBT Center OC and the OC Human Relations Commission to learn about and discuss hate in the LGBTQ community. At this interactive workshop you will learn about hate crimes and incidents, engage in meaningful dialogue and explore ways to denounce hate.

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Recent hate-related newspaper articles

Recent hate-related newspaper articles

Unfortunately, the last few weeks have seen a series of articles reporting on hate and/or intolerance related activities within the United Stares, California and Orange County. All the more reason for you to join our #HateFreeOC campaign!

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White supremacists responsible for most extremist killings in 2017, ADL says

White supremacists responsible for most extremist killings in 2017, ADL says

White supremacists were responsible for the majority of extremist killings in 2017 compared to other groups, according to a newly released report by the Anti-Defamation League. Of the 34 people the league’s Center on Extremism found were killed by domestic extremists last year, right-wing extremists killed 20 people, with 18 of those killed by white supremacists.

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As anti-Semitic incidents soar, Hanukkah lights and Jewish pride shine

As anti-Semitic incidents soar, Hanukkah lights and Jewish pride shine

On Tuesday night, Dec. 12, Jewish communities in Southern California lit a menorah to celebrate the first night of the eight-day Hanukkah celebration. This millennia-old tale has not only stood the test of time, but has grown in relevance to Jews in America during a year when anti-Semitic incidents have increased by 67 percent and neo-Nazis marched in Charlottesville, Va., during a summer rally chanting “Jews will not replace us.”

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Anti-semitic incidents surged after Charlottesville, ADL report shows

The number of anti-Semitic incidents in the United States jumped 67 percent during the first nine months of the year, sparked by a sharp increase after national media showed white nationalists chanting “Jews will not replace us” during a mid-summer rally in Charlottesville, Va., according to a report released Thursday by the Anti Defamation League (ADL).

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