Barriers and Bridges - Race in the Bay

Organizations dedicated to stamping out hateful acts

Around the country, and in the Bay Area, several organizations are dedicated to stamping out hateful acts and protecting the civil liberties of people who may find themselves discriminated because of their race.


Here is a list of some of them.

Watch the full "Barriers and Bridges: Race in the Bay Area" 


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