HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Governor Tom Wolf is launching a program to respond to recent religious and racially charged cases in Pennsylvania schools.
Wolf announced his administration has developed a plan that includes outreach from the Pennsylvania Department of Education Safe Schools office and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission.
Schools will be able to contact the Office of Safe Schools so counselors can be sent to help after something happens. State Police will also watch out for threats.
In a video posted online, members of the Wolf administration called for people to speak out if they see any injustice or discrimination happening in there community.
The number for the Hate Crimes Hotline at the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is 1-800-552-6843.