Have you experienced hate speech?

LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 11: Marchers react to hateful speech from provocative street preachers at the #ResistMarch during the 47th annual LA Pride Festival on June 11, 2017 in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles and West Hollywood, California. Inspired by the huge women's marches that took place around the world following the inauguration of President Donald Trump and by the early pride demonstrations of the 1970s, LA Pride replaced its decades-old parade with the #ResistMarch protest to promote human rights by marching from Hollywood to West Hollywood.  (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 11: Marchers react to hateful speech from provocative street preachers at the #ResistMarch during the 47th annual LA Pride Festival on June 11, 2017 in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles and West Hollywood, California. Inspired by the huge women's marches that took place around the world following the inauguration of President Donald Trump and by the early pride demonstrations of the 1970s, LA Pride replaced its decades-old parade with the #ResistMarch protest to promote human rights by marching from Hollywood to West Hollywood. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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Violent and hostile confrontations in Southern California are on track to double in 2017 compared to 2016, and reports of hate speech and hate crimes are becoming newscast fixtures.
 
Have you had experiences with hate speech? If so, how — if at all — did that affect the way you think about free speech and the First Amendment?
 
On Thursday, November 30, KPCC In Person hosts the conversation “Free speech vs. hate speech on college campuses” at the University of Redlands. Your insights may help inform the program as well as future KPCC In Person efforts. Every submission will be read, but nothing will be used without your permission.