Stop the Hate Resources
Resources to address hate incidents and hate crimes
- Stop the Hate Program Funding Update: On August 23, 2023, the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) Civil Rights, Accessibility & Racial Equity (CARE) Office announced the recipients of the Stop the Hate Program Funding (STH) for Fiscal Years (FYs) 2022-23 and 2023-24. The CDSS allocated $91.4 million in funding. A total of 168 organizations are awarded Program Service Provider funding for the service period of July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2026. See this News Release for more details about the awardees.
- Stop the Hate Program Funding: The California Department of Social Services (CDSS), in partnership with the Commission on Asian and Pacific Islander American Affairs (CAPIAA), is pleased to announce the availability of $20 million in Fiscal Year 2021-22 for the Stop the Hate Program. Stop the Hate Program Funding provides grants to qualified organizations to provide support and services to victims and survivors of hate incidents and hate crimes and their families and facilitate hate incident or hate crime prevention measures.
For more information, click here for Stop the Hate Request for Applications (RFA) Instructions, application, FAQ, and CDSS contact information.
Report a hate incident or hate crime
- Report a hate incident with Stop AAPI Hate
- California Department of Justice Hate Crimes and Hate Incidents Resources
Budget and Bill Legislation
- API Equity Budget – To begin addressing historic inequities and the recent attacks adversely impacting AANHPI communities in California, the commission worked closely with the leadership of the Asian Pacific Islander Legislative Caucus (APILC), budget staff, and partnership with Stop AAPI Hate Coalition and over 150 CBOs to develop and advocate for the #APIEquity Budget in order for California to start bridging the divide between our communities and the state as our communities respond to the increasing attacks on AANHPI communities. With the leadership of the APILC and Governor’s Office, as well as all the support from Budget Consultants and community partners, together, we were able to secure $165.5 million over a three-year period.
- $110 million appropriated to California Department of Social Services (CDSS) for grants to community organizations providing victim services, community healing, and prevention;
- $10 million appropriated to Stop AAPI Hate (via San Francisco State University) to track, respond, and prevent incidents of racial bias and harm;
- $10 million appropriated to AAPI Data project at the University of California, Riverside to increase accurate data collection and data equity on AAPI needs, challenges, and barriers;
- $10 million appropriated to California Department of Education (CDE) for an anti-bias education grant program to local education agencies (LEAs) to create restorative justice programs to address hate and micro-aggression;
- $10 million appropriated to the California State Library (CSL) for ethnic media grant in AAPI and other underserved communities in California;
- $5 million appropriated to Mental Health Services Accountability and Oversight Commission (MHSOAC) to support a peer social media network project addressing bullying and mental health for children and youth; and
- $1.5 million appropriated to the CAPIAA to create a workgroup to address higher education attainment of low income first generation AAPI college students, and support the Commission as it coordinates these programs.
- $10 million appropriated to the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) to develop and implement a statewide hotline.
- California Assembly House Resolution 23 – February 16, 2021, Denouncing hate incidents and crimes against Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.
- California Senate Resolution 12 – March 5, 2021, Denouncing hate incidents and crimes against Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.