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ERIC Number: ED446192
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000
Pages: 118
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Hate Behavior and Hate Crimes: What Motivates People To Hate? How Can We Prevent Hate Crimes in Our Schools and Communities? A Town Hall Meeting, Simon Wiesenthal Center, Los Angeles, December 7, 1999 & California State Capitol, February 1, 2000.
California State Univ., Sacramento.; California State Legislature, Sacramento. Senate.
The LegiSchool Project of California State University, Sacramento, and the California State Legislature planned two town hall meetings focusing on hate crime for the winter of 1999-2000, one in Los Angeles and one in Sacramento to provide forums in which California's high school students, educators, and legislators can engage in face-to-face dialogue about problems of mutual interest. This guide contains background materials, articles, and critical thinking questions to help participants prepare for the meetings. The resource materials are: (1) "Statement by the President"; (2) "S.622: Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 1999"; (3) "SB 80: Hate Crimes Prevention and Prosecution"; (4) "California's Civil and Criminal Laws Pertaining to Hate Crimes"; (5) "Erasing Hate: A Guide to Civil Rights in Your School"; (6) "A Policymaker's Guide to Hate Crimes"; (7) "Hate Crime in California 1998"; (8) "What Makes a Crime Front-Page News?"; (9) "Wiping Out Hate in U.S.: Change Must Begin Community by Community"; (10) "Crimes of Hate"; (11) "Wave of Hate Crimes Reflects a War against Immigrants"; (12) "If We Respond to Hate Groups with Hate: Silenced, They May Be More Dangerous"; (13) "Arson Hits 3 Synagogues in Sacramento Area"; (14) "Charges Filed in Slaying of Gay Couple"; (15) "A Skinhead's Story: An Interview with a Former Racist"; (16) "Resisting Arrest: Racist Resistance Records Isn't Slowing Down"; (17) "Activism vs Hacktivism: HateWatch Condemns Hacking Hate Sites"; (18) "Violence, Hate and Youth"; (19) "Freedom of Hate Speech: Good or Bad, the Internet Is an Open Forum"; (20) "Net Spreads Hate, but Also Fights It"; (21) "National Anti-Violence Coalition Urges House To Pass Hate Crimes Protection Act"; (22) "Taking Hate Groups to Court"; (23) "Fighting Hate across the Nation"; (24) "Hate Crime Laws in the United States July 1999"; (25) "Intelligence Project: Active Hate Groups in the U.S. in 1998"; (26) "Hate Behavior Pyramid"; (27) "No Hate Resource Site: Response to Hate Crimes in the Miami University Community"; (28) "Ten Hate Violence Prevention Resources and Publications on the Web"; (29) "Somewhere in America"; (30) "Ten Ways To Fight Hate"; and (31) "Prejudice: 101 Ways You Can Beat It!." (SLD)
Senate Publications, 1020 N Street, Room B-53, Sacramento, CA 95814 ($4.58; publication number 1004-S; check payable to "Senate Rules Committee"). Tel: 916-327-2155.
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
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Authoring Institution: California State Univ., Sacramento.; California State Legislature, Sacramento. Senate.
Identifiers - Location: California