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The Alliance has compiled a number of resources available for survivors, their friends and families, and professionals assisting survivors in New York City.

FAQ and Factsheets: Hate Crimes

Campus Crime: Colleges & Universities

The absence of immediate oversight by parents and caretakers offers college students the freedom to make choices, develop personally and experiment. While these are natural and necessary components of maturation, they also create an environment susceptible to crime and victimization. Incidents of drug and alcohol abuse, sexual assault and hate crimes are common on today’s college campuses. Read More...

From the Series: NCVC "Get Help" General Information

Hate Crimes

A hate crime is the victimization of an individual based upon their race, religion, national origin, ethnic identification, gender or sexual orientation. Read More...

From the Series: NCVC "Get Help" General Information

Violence Against Gays and Lesbians

The victimization of gays and lesbians based upon their sexual orientation includes harassment, vandalism, robbery, assault, rape and murder. The location of these crimes is not restricted to dark streets leading from gay establishments. Violence against gays and lesbians occurs everywhere: in schools, the workplace, public places and in the home. Those who commit these acts come from all social/economic backgrounds and represent different age groups. Read More...

From the Series: NCVC "Get Help" General Information
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