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County of Orange to Launch Outreach Campaign Addressing Hate Activity and Available Resources

SANTA ANA, Calif. (June 9, 2022) — In response to the 2020 surge of hate activity, the Orange County (OC) Board of Supervisors unanimously voted and approved a $1 million expansion program to help eradicate hate in the community. The outreach campaign, also known as Hate Hurts Us All, will launch with a free educational event available for in-person and virtual attendance. Hate Crime Prevention and Community-Based Organizations will be leading the conversation about hate activity trends in Orange County, its impact on BIPOC communities, and ways the public can join the movement to end hate.

WHO: This event is open to all members of the public.
If translation assistance is needed for this event:
Contact Norma Lopez at (714) 480-6594 or
WHEN: Monday, June 13, 2022, 9-10:30 a.m.
WHERE: In-Person:
Training & Conference Room at Irvine City Hall
1 Civic Center Plaza, Irvine, CA
REGISTRATION: Register for free by June 12, 2022, at

Doug Chaffee, Chairman and Fourth District Supervisor, OC Board of Supervisors

Lisa Bartlett, Fifth District Supervisor, OC Board of Supervisors

Ernesta Wright, Executive Director, The G.R.E.E.N Foundation

Lisa Armony, Chief Impact Officer, Jewish Federation of OC

Alex Kim, Public Affairs, Korean Community Services

Tam Nguyen, Victim Advocate, Waymakers

Priscilla Huang, AAA Center

Amanda Cesneros, Community Program Manager, 211OC

Stephanie Camacho Van Dyke, Director of Advocacy and Education, LGBTQ Center

Saja Serhal, Access California Services

Katreena Salgado, Senior Vice President, Imprenta Communications Group

Don Han, Director of Operations, OC Human Relations Council


OC Human Relations Commission website:
OC Human Relations Council website:
Hate Hurts Us All website:

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Contact Ginrich Moua at (714) 480-6570 or