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FBI urges victims to report hate crimes after incidents surge in some areas

The FBI has launched a nationwide campaign to encourage victims of hate crimes to report the incidents to federal authorities. The Los Angeles field office, which covers Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and three other counties, is participating in the multi-language outreach at a time when Orange County authorities are reporting an increase in anti-Asian hate crimes and discriminatory incidents.
ORANGE COUNTY, CA
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What To Do When You Are Caught In The Comparison Trap

When I was younger, I was convinced there was an email about life that passed me by. Everyone seemed to have figured stuff out and I was perpetually turning a corner. To say my parents weren’t exasperated would have been the understatement of the century. I was always hellbent on being different and other people’s choices just didn’t make sense to me. The comparison game was driving me demented. I constantly felt I was failing.
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OC issues 2020 Hate Crime report

Hate incidents motivated by anti-Asian bigotry increased 1,800%, according to 2020 Hate Crime Report, which was released on Friday, Sept. 17, by the Orange County Human Relations Commission. The county report did not provide a city-by-city breakdown of hate crimes or hate incidents. Four 2020 Seal Beach hate-related events were...
ORANGE COUNTY, CA
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Nominations to be collected for Edina human rights award

The Edina Human Rights & Relations Commission on Sept. 27 will begin accepting nominations for the 2021 Tom Oye Human Rights Award, recognizing individuals or groups in the community whose good work promotes human relations and advances human rights. “One of the highlights of being a member of the Human...
EDINA, MN
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Kontoor Brands names replacement for retiring chief human resources officer

The parent company of brands including Lee and Wrangler has experienced the second departure of one of its original officers in as many months. Scott Shoener has announced his retirement from Greensboro, North Carolina-based Kontoor Brands as the company’s executive vice president and chief human resources officer in December. He will be succeeded as chief human resources officer by Tammy Heller, who will join the company Sept. 29.
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