Founder, How to Report a Hate Crime Book
Esther is a proud 2nd generation Korean-American who created booklets on How to Report a Hate Crime in 10 different languages for the Los Angeles/Orange County, New York City, Greater Bay, St. Louis, Illinois, and Maine regions. She has printed and distributed over 93,000 physical copies of the booklets and is continuing to expand to more regions and languages. She works fulltime in fashion apparel, but is an activist in her own right and fights for equality. Her sole purpose of creating books on how to report a hate crime was to provide equity and break the concept of having a language barrier just to gain knowledge of resources that were already out there. She believes there are different aspects in everyone’s lives where we see inequity and even in a small way, we can do something about it.