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Report Hate Crimes and Hate Incidents to The Center

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Have you been a victim of a hate crime or hate incident, or know someone who has been a victim? Do you know of a hate crime or hate incident that has happened?

What is a Hate Crime
A hate crime is a crime against a person, group, or property motivated by the victim’s real or perceived protected social group. You may be the victim of a hate crime if you have been targeted because of your actual or perceived: (1) disability, (2) gender, (3) nationality, (4) race or ethnicity, (5) religion, (6) sexual orientation, and (7) association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. Hate crimes are serious crimes that may result in imprisonment or jail time.

What is a Hate Incident
A hate incident is an action or behavior motivated by hate but which, for one or more reasons, is not a hate crime. Examples: Name Calling, Insults, Displaying hate material on your property, Posting hate mateiral that does not result in property damage, Distribution of materials with hate messages in public places.

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Report Hate Crimes and Hate Incidents to The Center
We provide support for people experiencing hate incidents and hate crimes.

Contact: stopthehate@thecentersd.org
619-692-2077

Our staff are available Monday-Friday, 10am-7pm.

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