No Place For Hate

Building a Prejudice-Free Zone

Responding to a Hate Crime:

Is it a Hate Crime?

Planning a Response

Response Strategies

Developing a Common Language
(glossary)

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101 Ways You Can Beat Prejudice
Planning a Response
  • Work with school and community officials and law enforcement to establish a plan for responding promptly to hate crimes and incidents.
  • Establish clear procedures for reporting hate-motivated incidents/crimes, and disseminate the information community-wide.
  • Establish policies that clearly indicate that hate-motivated behavior will not be tolerated.
  • Educate community and school staff on how to recognize hate-motivated incidents.
  • Train school and community counselors to assist victims of hate-motivated incidents.
  • Provide referral to community organizations which offer counsel and support services in these situations.

 

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