A hate crime is generally defined as a crime against a person or property that is motivated by bias, prejudice, or hatred toward the personal, or perceived personal, characteristics of a victim, including: race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender, or gender identity. Learn more about your state’s laws and how to take action now.
Look up federal hate crime laws or find your state’s hate crime laws here
One way to stand up against hate is by talking with the people around us—even those who disagree. Here are ten tips for approaching difficult conversations.Learn More
It is more imperative than ever during times of heightened sensitivities that community members are familiar with the laws that protect them.Get Informed