Law enforcement officials and community leaders introduced a smartphone app Friday that allows users to capture and report hate incidents.
Designed by the
"We need you now on the front lines," Cooper said. "You're the main target of the hate and the bullying."
16-year-old Keileene Kasahara said just last month she was bullied about being the only Asian in her class – a reality that she hopes will provide a sense of what teens face everyday.
"More apps like this should be out there so we all have a perspective on what's going on and no one's ever alone,"
Wesley has previously collaborated with the
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