Forum advances justice against hate crimes


Asian Hall of Fame overcomes anti-Asian bias by raising awareness of Asian contributions in United States and the world. Year-round programming advances the Tech & Entertainment business, Team Member Scholarships, Brain Injury Endowment, and Make Hate Crime A Crime™.

Last year’s Forum recommended speeding up hate crime reporting by adding a hate crime checkbox to crime scene reports, similar to past successes in reporting rape and domestic violence. . Make Hate Crime A Crime™ offers to add a hate crimes checkbox for expedited reporting.

“78% of hate crime survivors are Asian women. It is unconscionable that violence against Asians continues to escalate in America. Maki Hsieh, President and CEO.

Making Hate Crime a Crime – LA

Thursday, May 12, 2022 to 11am PST

  • Blake ChowDeputy Chief of Police, Los Angeles police department
  • Eileen DeckerVice President, Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners
  • Catherina “Cat” Nou, director of the Office of Community Outreach, Response and Engagement (CARE) of the Office of the Attorney General Rob Bonta

Making Hate Crime a Crime – Veterans and Military

Thursday, May 19, 2022 to 11am PST

  • Inductee and retired U.S. Army Major General Antonio M. Taguba
  • Retired United States Marine Corps Colonel Thomas Hobbs, author from “The Marine Corps: Ever Loyal – To White Men”

Making a hate crime a crime – Seattle

Thursday, May 26, 2022 to 11am PST

  • Senator Manka Dhingra (D-Redmond)
  • chief of police Adrian Diaz, Seattle police department
  • prosecution attorney Yessenia ManzoKing County Attorney’s Office
  • Executive director Brandy Subsidy, Seattle Community police board


Established in 2004, Asian Hall of Fame is a global recognition program that overcomes anti-Asian bias by elevating Asian contributions around the world. Year-round lineup culminates in annual ceremony celebrating martial arts icon Bruce Lee, Olympian Kristi Yamaguchi, among others. His work advances philanthropic impact through Tech & Entertainment Venture, Brain Injury Endowment for trauma survivors, Make Hate Crime A Crime™ and Team Member Fellowships. Asian Hall of Fame is a founding supporter of the Academy Museum and operates from the Los Angeles Doors guitarist’s studio Robby Krieger. To visit or contact Rochelle Srigley(626) 600-9148 at [email protected].

SOURCE Asian Hall of Fame


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