California Hate Crime Watch:
The white supremacist march in Charlottesville, and its explosive aftermath, have focused the nation’s attention on the far right and its ideology of intolerance. Across the country, hate crimes are on the rise — and California is no exception.
Published by USA Today
A synagogue in Irvine, Calif. was vandalized overnight Wednesday, just 4 days after a shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh killed 11.
Published by The L.A. Times
Four California men who allegedly shared white supremacist views and trained together on boxing and street-fighting techniques were arrested by federal authorities Tuesday on charges that they traveled to Virginia with the intent to incite a riot and commit violence at last year’s deadly far-right rallies in Charlottesville.
Published by The Orange County Patch
A man was charged with a “racially motivated knife attack” the OCDA’s office said. This, the second hate crime charged in as many weeks.
Published by CBS Sacramento
Turlock Police are investigating the incident involving spray painting f– on signs supporting Turlock Mayor Gary Soiseth as a hate crime.
Published by NBC News
This year, Muslims were the most commonly targeted group for hate crimes.