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Hate Violence Prevention Partnership Los Angeles

About Us

About Us

Four community-based organizations with a well-known history and standing in our respective
communities and representative of the major population groups most targeted in hate crimes,
have formed the Hate Violence Prevention Partnership with the goal to prevent and respond to
hate violence with a unified voice in Los Angeles County. HVPP bridges their partners’ identities,
well-known histories, reputations, and standings in their respective communities as a collective
force to build community strength and eliminate hate violence.

Hate Violence Prevention Partnership – Los Angeles is comprised of

Bienestar Human Services:
A non-profit social service organization founded in 1989, BIENESTAR is dedicated to positively impacting the health and well-being of the Latino community and other underserved communities in Southern California.

Los Angeles Brotherhood Crusade:
Founded in 1968, the Brotherhood Crusade is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for families and youth throughout Los Angeles and surrounding communities by providing supportive services to multi-cultural programs that address health, education, social welfare and youth development issues.

California Conference for Equality and Justice (CCEJ):
A non-profit human relations organization dating back to 1927, CCEJ is committed to building a more just and safe society through education, conflict resolution and advocacy.

Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC):
Founded in 1988, MPAC is committed to increasing understanding and improving policies that impact American Muslims, building a reputation of a dynamic and trusted American Muslim voice for policymakers, opinion shapers, and community organizers across the country.

Resources

Other Helpful Resources

211LA

 

Provides victims, witnesses, or victim supporters a free calling service or an online form to report hate crimes anonymously.

Tel: 211

Web: Report Form

 

LA County Bureau of Victim Services – Hate Crimes Advocate

 

A part of LA County District Attorney’s Office dedicated to support victims of hate crimes, they provide services such as court support, crisis intervention, and assist victims with the CA Victim Compensation Board Application.

Tel: (213) 974 – 7499

Web: Info (English & Spanish)

News

News

03 | Jul 2019

Hate crimes targeting Jews and Latinos increased in California in 2018, report says

Although hate crimes have decreased 3% from 2017, there has been an uptick in hate crimes targeting Jews and Latinos. Much like the 9/11 attack – where biases and hate shifted towards the Muslim community – have now shifted towards Latino populations because of the nation’s current political climate. Anti-semitism has been trending upwards since 2013 and increasingly in the public eye in 2018. ‘”This highlights that we have […]

Recent Posts

Hate crimes targeting Jews and Latinos increased in California in 2018, report says
July 3, 2019
Jussie Smollett case: Special prosecutor to investigate State’s Attorney Kim Foxx’s handling of matter
June 21, 2019
L.G.B.T. People Are More Likely to Be Targets of Hate Crimes Than Any Other Minority Group
June 18, 2019

Events

Events

No events scheduled at this time

Contact Us

Contact Us

For more information on provider trainings and educational workshops, please contact:

Hate Violence Prevention Partnership L.A.

Alyssa Solorza

asolorza@hvppla.org

323-432-7908