A barrage of racist and antisemitic hate speech has forced another California city to end remote comments at its council meetings.
California experienced another surge in hate crimes last year, a new report from the California Department of Justice shows. There were 2,120 such crimes in 2022.
Kevin Wilk, the City Council’s first Jewish member, was dismayed by the "pretty stunning comments.”
Police were called as the meeting quickly devolved into choas.
A new report documents the rise and influence of hate and extremism in California.
Prosecutors have filed hate crime charges in the shootings of two Jewish men in Los Angeles. Meanwhile, a popular South L.A. bishop has been shot dead in his home.
Hate crimes are on the rise in many metropolitan cities.
The campaign follows a wave of recent hate incidents.
Multiple cities in Los Angeles County were hit by appalling displays of antisemitism over the past week, stoking fears of escalation and potential violence against the Jewish community.
Police in Woodland, California responded to a chaotic scene outside a lounge on Friday night as members of the Proud Boys tried to force their way into an all-ages drag show while shouting anti-gay