All Hands Against Hate - Virtual Event

In honor of our 40th anniversary and to kickoff United Against Hate Week 2021, 211 LA and the LAvsHate Coalition invite you to join us at a LIVE virtual event from our San Gabriel, California headquarters as we reflect on our work and the road ahead while highlighting efforts against hate across the county as part of United Against Hate Week 2021.


Featuring Celebrity Guest Stars and 211 LA Leadership & Civic/Community Organization Partners

Please view the livestream below.

Speaker List

Event Moderator: Maribel Marin, Executive Director of 211 LA 

Key Note Speaker: Ki Hong Lee, Actor and Activist

Additional Speakers: 

  • Robin Toma, Executive Director of  Los Angeles County's Humans Rights Commission
  • Dr. Debra Duardo, Superintendent of Education of the Los Angeles County's Office of Education
  • Jacque Robinson Baisley, Stakeholder Engagement Manager of Blue Shield of California
  • Council Member Denise Menchaca, San Gabriel City Council & 211 LA Board of Directors
  • Sophie Cuevas, 211 LA Care Coordinator for LAvsHate 
  • Sharyn Chan, Muralist, Painter of the We Are One Community Mural




Help us Reach our Goal to Train 10k in LA!

Bystander Intervention Training- Narrated By Actor, Ken Jeong

If you see an act of racial harassment, there is something you can do. Safely intervene as a bystander using the 5 D’s: distract, delegate, delay, direct and document. For more info, watch our PSA featuring the voice of actor Ken Jeong and illustrations by award-winning artist James Yang.

We are stronger together so share this and help educate our community and allies. Register for a training below.

Help us build a Hate-Free Los Angeles County: Register for a Bystander Intervention Training.

Anti-Asian/American and xenophobic harassment are on the rise across the US — and the world. In these virtual workshops hosted on Zoom and co-sponsored by Asian Americans Advancing Justice-LA and Hollaback!, you’ll learn how you can intervene effectively as a bystander without ever compromising your safety.

Help reach the goal of 10,000 registrants for United Against Hate Week 2021 by signing up for a training now!

Upcoming Training Dates*

Korean: 11/17/2021, 10-11 am PDT: Attend Here

English: 11/18/2021, 10-11am PDT: Register Here

English: 11/18/2021, 3-4pm PDT: Register Here

Cantonese: 12/7/2021, 12-1pm PDT: Attend Here

Mandarin: 12/9/2021, 10-11am PDT: Attend Here

Vietnamese: 12/10/2021, 1-2pm PDT: Attend Here

*Please note: All in-language training will be provided ONLY in the language specified, and do not require registration. Click the "Attend Here" link to be connected to the Zoom training at the specified date and time. For additional information, please visit

Are you an Interfaith organization or a member of an Interfaith group?

Join us for an Interfaith group training on November 18th, at 10-11 am & 3-4 pm. 

Take a step towards a hate-free L.A. by registering for bystander training. Anti-Asian/American and xenophobic harassment are on the rise across the US— and the world. Help us build momentum to make receiving Bystander Intervention Training everyone’s priority!

English: 11/18/2021, 10-11am PDT: Register Here

English: 11/18/2021, 3-4pm PDT: Register Here


More free trainings by Hollaback to respond to, prevent, and intervene in instances of harassment available Here

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Take a Pledge Against Hate

Stand up against hate with our United Against Hate Week Pledge Card.

Download our pledge card and write out what a hate-free looks like to you.

Take a picture of you holding the pledge card and post it on social media using the hashtag #UnitedAgainstHateWeek.

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United Against Hate Week | Digital Toolkit

The United Against Hate Week of Action will occur from November 14th - November 20th. During this week, communities are planning webinars, social media events, screenings, art projects, community dialogues, and meditation gatherings. These concrete actions will provide a dynamic way to increase engagement across neighborhoods and support efforts to stand up to hate in our communities.

The social media toolkit for United Against Hate Week is open to all participants, and we encourage you to be involved in any way that you can.

About 211 LA

We are 211 LA and we are dedicated to connecting Los Angeles County residents to the services they need to survive and thrive, across all communication and technology platforms.

- We provide information and referrals to the services that best meet individual needs, through our 24 hours 2-1-1 call line, or through our website and chat.

- Our special programs provide outreach and education, service navigation, or care coordination to assist people with accessing and obtaining services.

- Our technology services allow community organizations to refer, track, and collaborate on their clients' care.

- We maintain and update Los Angeles County's official comprehensive database of over 50,000 health and human services.
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