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Attorney General Rob Bonta To Keynote Saturday, April 6, at United Against Hate Summit

The Southern Truth

By Gloria Zuurveen, Editor-in-Chief

To find out more about Hate Crimes and to prevent them or how to report them,  you are invited to United Against Hate Summit that’s coming up on Saturday, April 6, at Fresno City College. CA Attorney General Rob Bonta will be the Keynote Speaker at FCC, 1101 E. University Ave in Forum Hall Room 101 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. The flyers below in English and Spanish is easy for you to copy and distribute to help get the word out about how one can get help if they’ve been victimized or is they’ve witnessed a Hate Crime how to report it to the appropriate authority. The United Against Hate Summit is open to all and is brought to you by a forum organized by the Community Alliance newspaper and a coalition of community groups working to Stop the Hate.  Over the last 2 years this coalition has held Town Halls, conducted intervention training and shared with the community the most effective way to report hate crimes and incidents. The goal is to bring as many community members together as possible, all of the grassroots Stop the Hate coalition organizations, together with FCC students to kick off a campaign that expands the work that’s being done.  The Coalition is asking you to: Help pass a resolution to Stop the Hate at city Councils, School Boards, religious organizations, organized labor and community groups.  To download a copy of the resolution, go to www.fresnoalliance.com

This event is being organized by the Stop the Hate coalition, of which the  Community Alliance newspaper is a part, and was made possible by a grant from the California State Library under the statewide Stop the Hate initiative.

 

 

 

 

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