Category: CA vs Hate

California vs. Hate Launches Pride Tour to Support LGBTQ+ Communities

California vs. Hate celebrates Pride Month with a statewide tour, bolstering support for LGBTQ+ communities in their fight for equality. As part of a statewide outreach campaign, this initiative aims to ensure all Californians are aware of available resources for reporting hate incidents and to take a proactive stand against discrimination. By participating in LGBTQ+ events across various cities, California vs Hate provides essential resources and support.

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Pride 2024 in California: Black LGBTQ+ People and Allies Celebrate Pride, History and Movement Heroes

On June 1, Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a proclamation for Pride Month in California, joining others around the world commemorating the LGBTQ+ struggle for equal rights following the 1969 Stonewall riots in New York City. Many historians regard that event as a catalyst for the global LGBTQ+ movement.

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California vs. Hate: One Year Anniversary Celebrated with Continued Commitment to Combat Hate

In a recent press conference held by the California Civil Rights Department, significant milestones and ongoing efforts in the fight against hate crimes and incidents across California were celebrated. The event marked the one-year anniversary of the launch of California vs. Hate, a groundbreaking initiative aimed at providing support, resources, and a reporting hotline for individuals and communities targeted by hate.

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