Tag Archives: Hate Crimes

Violence and Hatred Risky for Homeless

This week, NCH will release their annual report on biased incidences against the un-housed, “Hate Crimes against the Homeless: The Brutality of Violence Unveiled”. Take a look at an excerpt from Brian Levin, Director of the Center for the Study of Hate & Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino, which details the crucial need for federal protections for the homeless. Continue reading

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Why Membership Matters to Jake

Jake Walters believes that Membership Matters, especially to young people. Read how youth can make a difference in ending hate crimes against the homeless by becoming a member at NCH: The Coalition’s You Don’t Need a Home to Vote campaign … Continue reading

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Why Membership Matters to Allison:

Read why Membership Matters to law student, Alison Dinmore, and how she is working to support the National Coalition for the Homeless: “Membership with the National Coalition for the Homeless (NCH) not only exposes members to issues affecting the homeless, … Continue reading

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Violence Hidden in Plain View

What are crimes of hate against the homeless and why does the National Coalition for the Homeless (NCH) believe it’s so necessary to invest considerable time and attention into researching this issue? Admittedly, some choose to believe that the homeless … Continue reading

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Why Do California Governors Keep Vetoing Homeless Hate Crime Bills?

You would think that in a progressive state like California there wouldn’t be three different Governors (two Republicans and one Democrat) who have vetoed homeless hate crimes legislation.  But such is the case.  Disproving that the third try is a … Continue reading

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