Hate Crimes During The Coronavirus Pandemic
Californians are coming together to fight the COVID-19 crisis. Unfortunately, during this pandemic, we are also aware of reports of violence and harassment against various communities, including the Asian-American community.
Under the Ralph Civil Rights Act, it is against the law to threaten or commit acts of violence because of a person’s actual or perceived race, color, national origin, ancestry, immigration status, citizenship, primary language, sexual orientation, gender identity, and disability, among other protected characteristics (California Civil Code section 51.7). California law forbids verbal or written threats, physical assault or attempted assault, graffiti, and vandalism or property damage. The acts forbidden by civil law may also be criminal acts.
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