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On October 26, 2020, the Stop AAPI Hate Reporting Center launched the webpage detailing COVID Hate Incidents in the US, which displays reported incidents appearing as a separate launch from the Mapping Hate Crimes in the US. The COVID Hate Incidents in the US incorporates that data into the broader Mapping Hate Crimes in the US, enabling victims to report COVID-related harassment and violence, and allowing researchers to analyze this data by state.


Mapping Hate Crimes in the US is funded by the UCLA Institute of American Cultures, the UCLA Division of Social Sciences, and the UCLA American Indian Studies Center. The online platform showcases the ongoing hate crimes across the United States. The website also summarizes newspaper stories, pieces featured in ProPublica, and the Stop AAPI Hate Reporting Center.

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