FBI New Haven: Help Stop Hate Crimes

David Sundberg, special agent in charge for the state of Connecticut, is joined by Michael Jai White, Scott Burrell, Allan Houston, and Vin Baker in asking the public to help protecting our communities from hate crimes.

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Hi. My name is David Sundberg, and I am the FBI special agent in charge for the state of Connecticut. I’m here to ask you to join me and my friends in combating hate crimes in our great state.

Michael Jai White: Hi. I’m Michael Jai White and I stand with the FBI against hate crimes based on religion, race, gender, and sexual orientation. We need all of you to help shut down hate. Right, Scott?

Scott Burrell: Exactly, Mike. Being a UCONN husky alum, now the head coach at Southern Connecticut State University, I’m here to help the efforts of the Connecticut FBI to work with communities and law enforcement to stop hate crimes.

Allan Houston: If you’re a victim or witness to a hate crime, we ask that you report the incident to the local police or the FBI.

Vin Baker: We can absolutely make an impact and reduce crimes based on bias and hate, so join us in protecting our communities from hate crimes—together.

Sundberg: Report hate crimes to your local police department, or call 1-800-CALL-FBI.

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