Anti-Black, Gay, Asian Bias Fuel California Hate Crime Surge

6/28/2022 11:30:00 PM

The California attorney general’s office says hate crimes in 2021 shot up 33% to nearly 1,800 reported incidents. That is the sixth highest tally on record and the highest since after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001.

The California attorney general’s office says hate crimes in 2021 shot up 33% to nearly 1,800 reported incidents. That is the sixth highest tally on record and the highest since after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001.

The California attorney general’s office says hate crimes in 2021 shot up 33% to nearly 1,800 reported incidents. That is the sixth highest tally on record and the highest since after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001. Crimes showing bias against Black people were the most prevalent at more than500 incidents. Hate crimes motivated by bias against a person’s sexual orientation increase nearly 50% to a little over 300 incidents. Crimes against Asian Americans surged 178%. Officials concede that reported hate crime statistics may be far lower than actual numbers, but they also say they’ve taken steps to encourage reporting by victims. The 1,763 hate crimes reported in 2021 in California is the highest since 2001, when 2,261 hate crimes were reported.

Man Dies After Crashing Into a Tree in San Jose: Police Officials say reported hate crime statistics may be far lower than actual numbers, but add they've taken steps to encourage reporting by victims.Airbnb permanently bans parties at its rental locations ADVERTISEMENT Video of attacks involving Asian American victims, particularly seniors, went viral last year with San Francisco police in January reporting an astonishing 567% increase in reported crimes from the previous year.Attorney General Rob Bonta said that crimes against Black people were again the most prevalent in 2021, climbing 13% from 2020 to 513 reported incidents.“We can no longer ignore quality-of-life issues,” Adams said.

Nationally, hate crimes rose to the highest level in more than a decade in 2019, according to an FBI report.Community leaders who joined Bonta at Tuesday's press conference urged people to report crimes and to seek resources such as mental health services.Half of last year’s victims were allegedly targeted by one man.Cirian Villavicencio, commissioner with the California Commission on Asian and Pacific Islander American Affairs, said hateful attacks against the Asian American and Pacific Islander community are not new."While there is no single solution, it's up to all of us to heed the call, because when our communities feel empowered, they come forward.But the sheer rise in attacks during the pandemic was alarming, he said.In San Francisco, the 2021 death of an 84-year-old Thai grandfather is headed to trial although the district attorney’s office has not filed hate crime charges in that case.“Our elders were being physically attacked, women and young people were being verbally insulted, AAPI students were being harassed and bullied at school and AAPI-owned small businesses were targeted and discriminated against just because they were AAPI,” Villavicencio said., 135th Street station at Malcolm X Boulevard, Harlem Adams arrives wearing an NYPD cap and a navy blue windbreaker with the words NYC MAYOR in yellow on the back and his name over his heart.

In May, a white gunman killed 10 Black shoppers and workers at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York.Nationally, hate crimes rose to the highest level in more than a decade in 2019, according to an FBI report.Video of attacks involving Asian American victims, particularly seniors, went viral last year with San Francisco police in January reporting an astonishing 567% increase in reported crimes from the previous year.A steep rise in anti-Asian bias since 2020 included the March 2021 killing of eight people at Atlanta-area massage businesses, including six women of Asian descent.A hate crime is motivated by the victim's gender, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or disability.Community leaders who joined Bonta at Tuesday’s press conference urged people to report crimes and to seek resources such as mental health services.Hate incidents such as name calling are not necessarily criminal.Still not all criminal attacks carry a hate crime charge since prosecutors need to prove the suspect was motivated by bias.The California Department of Justice has collected and reported statewide data on hate crimes since 1995.But the sheer rise in attacks during the pandemic was alarming, he said.Paul Martinka NYPD Sgt.

Crimes showing bias against Latinos increased 30% to 197 incidents in 2021 while anti-Jewish bias events increased 32% to 152 in 2021, the most in the religious bias category.Bonta announced the new position of a statewide hate crime coordinator within the California Department of Justice to assist state and local law enforcement efforts to battle hate crimes.In May, a.Nationally, hate crimes rose to the highest level in more than a decade in 2019, according to an FBI report.The report also showed that district attorneys and elected city attorneys filed 30% more cases in 2021 involving hate crime charges.Copyright AP - Associated Press.

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Anti-Black, gay, Asian bias fuel California hate crime surgeCrimes against Black people in California were again the most prevalent among hate crimes in 2021, climbing 13% from 2020, the state's attorney general said. Hate crimes in the state shot up 33%, the highest since after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001.

AG Bonta: Anti-Black and Asian bias fueling hate crime surge in CaliforniaHate crimes in California shot up 33% to nearly 1,800 reported incidents in 2021, the sixth highest tally on record and the highest since after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001, the state attorney general's office said Tuesday. Uh huh. Wish we got a racial breakdown of the perpetrators of the 'Asian bias' What are you going to do about it AG? It's been in the news for years.

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After Supreme Court ruling, LA Times asks if California is 'ready' for more Black gun ownersThe Los Angeles Times featured what some considered an alarming headline in a column asking whether California is prepared to see more Black people carrying guns. and black panthers will be in all the white KKKristian southern neighborhoods fully armed Legal ones? Heeeeeellll yea! Maybe now the bangers will think twice about shooting up people in their communities. Arm yourselves and protect yourself and yours, my black bros! I would think they have plenty. The Crips and Bloods are fully armed!

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