A recent poll done for a human rights inquiry found one-in-four B.C. residents have been impacted by hate rhetoric or violence during the pandemic.
Residents are sharing their stories in an online survey about being assaulted, verbally abused, threatened online and accosted in grocery stores.
If you have experienced or witnessed a hate incident during the pandemic, you can take a stand against hate by sharing your experiences in the survey below. bchumanrights.ca/hate-survey
You can access the survey from January 31 to March 6, 2022. The survey will take approximately 20 minutes and is available in fifteen languages. Full Article: COVID-19: Hundreds of B.C. residents who experienced a hate incident during pandemic participate in survey