Hate Crime Quotes

Hate Crime Quotes by Hari Kondabolu, Margaret Cho, Frank Ocean, Jonathan Sacks, Harvey Fierstein, Rush Limbaugh and many others.

New Zealanders are so chill. I know they say Australians are chill, and I feel like Australians are chill, but I keep thinking, “If they get drunk, they would commit a hate crime.” Now that is an extreme position to take, but it’s just a feeling I get. New Zealand people, I don’t see that.
Let’s not hate ourselves. We are all we have. … I have been a longtime perpetrator of hate crimes against myself, and I am turning myself in. I have had enough.
People are just afraid of things too much … Sure, evil exists, extremism exists. Somebody could commit a hate crime and hurt me. But they could do the same just because I’m black. They could do the same just because I’m American.
ISIS is a terrorist entity whose barbarities have been condemned by all those who value our common humanity. In the current political climate, when hate crimes are rising and political rhetoric is increasingly divisive, this is all the more shocking.
How often are the perpetrators of hate-crimes discovered to be self-loathing? Valued individuals do not strike out against strangers.
If you hit minorities they’re gonna blame conservatives, Second Amendment, guns, and the terrorists won‘t get their due credit. So from now on acts of terror, only hit white people, because hate crimes against them are permitted, and the media will play it up.
Hate radio, hate speech, hate groups, hate crimes really don’t fit in, in the America that we know today.
I’m not so out of touch that I don’t see how young people interact today.It was horrific. And that’s an example of something that it’s not as if that’s the first time that a hate crime has taken place in this country. Hate crimes have been taking place for hundreds of years in this country, but it’s there on video.
Hate crimes based on sexual orientation are among the three top reported hate crimes, after race and religion. Our law should not ignore that reality.
Hate crimes are the scariest thing in the world because these people really believe what they’re doing is right.
There is no such thing as a hate crime.
One hate crime is committed approximately every hour of every day in this country.
This means more to me than any Grammy I could ever win … It will take a village and an army, [some] countries and continents to make bullying a hate crime.
Last September 16th, I was walking in downtown Seattle when this pick-up truck pulls up in front of me. Guy leans out the window and yells, “Go back to your own country,” and I was laughing so hard because it wasn’t so much a hate crime as a crime of irony.
Oh sure, its fine when a monkey does it. But when I throw barrels at an Italian plumber, they call it a hate crime!