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August 18, 1990
The International Institute of Los Angeles, a nonprofit social service agency with headquarters in Boyle Heights, on Friday launched a new program called L.A. Cares! to help victims of the growing number of hate crimes in Los Angeles. Executive Director Livinia Limon said that the Los Angeles County Human Rights Commission recently reported that racially, ethnically and religiously motivated assaults had increased more than 400% in the metropolitan area from 1981 to 1989. L.A. Cares!
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 18, 1990
The International Institute of Los Angeles, a nonprofit social service agency with headquarters in Boyle Heights, on Friday launched a new program called L.A. Cares! to help victims of the growing number of hate crimes in Los Angeles. Executive Director Livinia Limon said that the Los Angeles County Human Rights Commission recently reported that racially, ethnically and religiously motivated assaults had increased more than 400% in the metropolitan area from 1981 to 1989. L.A. Cares!
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June 22, 1985 | ROBERT SCHWARTZ, Times Staff Writer
The scene begins with the woman ironing to the strains of soap-opera music. "I want to have a chat with you, son," she says, looking up from her board. "Remember when you were little and you used to get hurt when you played outside?" she continues. "Well, now some of your friends are very, very sick, and there's nothing to make them feel better."
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