The LA vs Hate program is a community-driven approach to empower all residents of LA County to unite against, report, and resist hate.
Learn more about Los Angeles County’s efforts to create a hate-free L.A. at lavshate.org →
In partnership with Los Angeles County’s Human Relations Commission, 211 LA hosts a hotline for individuals who have been victims or witnesses to acts of bullying or incidents motivated by hate or discrimination to connect with services.
By dialing 2-1-1, you’ll get to:
LA vs Hate United Against Hate Week (Nov. 13-19th, 2022) is a call for seven days of local civic action by people in every community to stop the hate and implicit biases that are a dangerous threat to the safety and civility of our neighborhoods, towns, and cities.
United Against Hate was created by civic leaders in direct response to the sharp rise in expressions of hate in our communities. We want to empower local residents to take action in their local communities and alter the course of this growing intolerance. When cities and their residents work together against hate, we can restore respect and civil discourse, embrace the strength of diversity and build inclusive and equitable
communities for all.
Join us! You can post signs, host events, share stories, attend rallies, and connect with schools and neighborhood civic institutions. Nothing is too small, because working united in each community is what will defeat hate in all communities.
Learn more at unitedagainsthateweek.org →