Coming Together to Stop the Spread of Hate

As we work together to stop the spread of COVID-19, we also need to contain the spread of fear, hostility, and discrimination. The 211 phone line and 211la web site are available 24/7 to help in multiple languages. The following list includes more information and resources for working together to stop the spread of hate and replace it with solidarity.

 

211 Cards and Flyers

     Contact Card - How to report bias-motivated hostility and get help. English, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese
     Contact Flyer - How to report bias-motivated hostility and get help. English, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese
     Services Flyer - Types of services available to help people targeted by hate acts. English, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese

 

"What You Can Do If You Witness Hate" - Alternatives for what to do when you witness bias-motivated hostility.

 

"but WORDS will never HURT me" - A description of hate speech, its harmful effects, and what you can do about it.

 

"pero las PALABRAS nunca me HARÁN DAÑO" - "but WORDS will never HURT me" in Spanish.

 

23 Tips on Cross-Cultural Communication - Recommendations for communicating with people whose cultures are different from your own.

 

A Primer on Addressing Intergroup Conflict in a Multicultural Workplace - An introduction to maintaining healthy work relationships among employees who represent a variety of cultures.

 

"Research Brief on Reducing Implicit Bias" - Overview of what research has found is effective for managing your own personal prejudices.

 

Resilience and Intergroup Solidarity Education - Learning experiences for promoting respect and inclusion, affirming human rights, and equipping youth and adults to seek justice and build peace.

 

"The Respect Range" - Graphic display of the stages of disrespect and respect.

 

"Stages of Prejudice" - Visual display of how prejudice festers in declining from silent support to openly hostile attack.

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