CCEJ joined partners from the LA County Human Relations Commission and Los Angeles Hate Violence Prevention Partnership at the release of the LA County 2018 Hate Crimes Report in September 2019. The report details a troubling increase in hate crimes and hate incidents, particularly directed at African American, Latinx, and LGBTQIA+ members our communities.  We were featured in ABC 7’s news coverage of the event: click below to watch & here to read the article.

Hate incidents are also on the rise in neighboring Orange County, as the 2018 report released by Orange County Human Relations shows.

Click here to read the Los Angeles County Report and here to read the Orange County Report.

CCEJ’s mission is to eliminate bias, bigotry and racism, and we’re continually developing new programs to promote healing and unity in our communities.

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