Esther Lim

Activist, writer, creator of “How to Report a Hate Crime” booklet

Activist, writer, creator of “How to Report a Hate Crime” booklet

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Esther Lim's booklets offer simple guidance on how to recognize and report hate crimes in your region.

LA activist says hate crimes are universal, distributes booklets on how to recognize and report them

Esther Lim's booklets offer simple guidance on how to recognize and report hate crimes in your region.

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