In its most recent e-newsletter, the city of Pacifica addressed recent incidents of hate in the city. It included the following comments from local officials. We felt them important to include here.

 ▸ “We must stand in solidarity to denounce the acts of hate we have experienced. Together with our community, the City of Pacifica, Jefferson Union High School District, Pacifica School District, Pacifica Police Department, CoastPride, and the faith community we will move forward with a coordinated, long-term response. This will include increased security, solidarity messaging, school based events, community trainings and engagement. We will move forward with the strength of love for our community, for love is all that matters.”

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