LA vs Hate
Summer of Solidarity
About LA vs Hate
LA vs Hate is a community-centered system designed to support residents and communities targeted for hate acts of all kinds in Los Angeles County. We believe that all residents deserve to feel welcome and respected regardless of their race, religion, gender identity, or ethnic background. Through various programs and activations, LA vs Hate is dedicated to supporting residents of LA County with in-community support, a network of partners, and resources for victims and witnesses of hate acts. When we learn what hate acts look like and how to take action, we can work together to build communities of love and acceptance.
See LAvsHate.org for more information.
About Summer of Solidarity
Summer of Solidarity is a summer-long activation, which will launch on May 21st, World Cultural Diversity Day, inviting us all to take a stance against hate. Throughout the summer, we will uplift and celebrate cultural moments and traditions, partners, and community leaders and members – showcasing that solidarity is stronger than hate. This is an opportunity to connect with our communities, embrace the rich diversity of LA County, and show that all cultures are welcomed and respected.
View upcoming community events through LA vs Hate’s event calendar.
211LA created Explore Justice, a video series designed to help us unpack and examine the current and historical perspectives that shape social justice. Learn about Racial Justice, Gender Justice, Cultural Equity, and more by viewing the Explore Justice video collection.
Explore Justice Sticker Sheets
Be on the lookout for Explore Justice sticker sheets that will be available at LA County Library’s 85 locations in June 2023 while supplies last.