信息，以帮助难民和移民住宿安全. 在美国, 许多难民和移民社区感到害怕和威胁. 在这里 10 如果有人威胁你, 你可以做的事情.
Information to help refugees and immigrants stay safe. In the United States, many refugee and immigrant communities are feeling scared and threatened. Here are 10 things you can do if someone is threatening you.
1) 叫警察: 911. 呆在电话上.
1) Call the police: 911. Stay on the phone.
我们知道许多移民和难民社区都害怕警察. 然而, 如果你正在受到威胁, 你可以做的最重要事情是叫警察. 如果你不太敢叫, 你可以问一个陌生人给你叫警察.
We know many immigrant and refugee communities are afraid of the police. However, if you are being threatened, the most important thing you can do is call the police. If you are too afraid to call, you can ask a stranger to call the police for you.
2) 当你仍在与警方电话, 一个朋友或亲戚的文本.
2) While you are still on the phone with the police, text a friend or relative.
Tell them your location and what is happening.
3) 试着保持冷静. 慢慢离开的人或那些正在威胁你的人.
3) Try to stay calm. Slowly move away from the person or people who are threatening you.
Do not tell the person to calm down. This makes things worse.
4) 记得, 正在种族主义或暴力的人并不理性. 不要跟他们或向他们解释什么.
4) Remember, people who are being racist or violent are not rational. Do not talk to them or explain anything to them.
也许有些时候你可以和陌生人交谈和帮助教育他们了解他们的误解. 当你感到害怕或受威胁, 你应该专注你的安全.
There may be times you can have a conversation with a stranger and help educate them about their misconceptions. When you are feeling scared or threatened, you should focus on your safety.
5) 如果你会说英语, 用英语向你周围的人.
5) If you speak English, speak in English to those around you.
People who are being irrational and violent may think you are talking about them if you speak in another language.
6) Ask another person near you for help.
作为一个新人, 你可能会感到害怕寻求帮助. 研究表明人们不响应组, 但是如果你问一个人的帮助, 他们会帮助你. 告诉他们你感到害怕，并且向他们靠拢. 找人是看或向你微笑. 如果你问的第一人称不响应, 问另一个人.
As a newcomer, you may feel afraid to ask for help. Research shows people do not respond in groups, but if you ask a single person for help, they will help you. Tell them you feel afraid and move closer to them. Look for someone who is watching or smiling at you. If the first person you ask does not respond, ask another person.
7) 如果你感到孤独, 试着尽可能快地往一个公共的地方.
7) If you are alone, try to go as quickly as possible to a public place.
Try to stay in an area with other people until you feel safe.
8) 如果该人即将接近你，你感到害怕, 大声喊叫.
8) If the person is coming closer to you and you feel afraid, yell loudly.
Tell them to stay away from you.
9) 之后你是安全的, 此事件报告.
9) After you are safe, report the incident.
There are several ways you can report what happened:
- You can report it to the police non-emergency line in your state. In most states, this number is 311.
- You can report it to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
- If you were in a place of business when it happened (a store, for example) report it to the business.
- If you were on a bus or subway or train, report it to the transit company.
- You should also report the information to your local government or city mayor’s office.
10) Tell leaders in your community about what happened.
They can request meetings with the local police and local elected officials to make them and the public aware of incidents targeting your community.
它也是重要的事告诉媒体, 学校, 和社会上对这些事件，以便他们能够报告发生和生成意识是什么组织.
It is also important to tell the media, schools, and organizations in the community about these events so they can report what is happening and build awareness.
这些信息旨在教育新移民,帮助他们在美国感到受到威胁时感到有准备. 它不应以任何方式考虑法律意见. 如果你确实需要法律咨询, 了解有关 寻找免费或低收费的律师.
This information is meant to educate newcomers and help them feel prepared when they feel threatened in the United States. It should not be in any way considered legal advice. If you do need legal advice, learn about finding a free or low-cost lawyer here.