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Hate Crimes, Plus a Question for US Senate Candidate Kamala Harris

Authored by Mike Kimel And now, the story, with some meandering around interesting facts.  The Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations 2015 Hate Crime REPORT was just released.   One interesting passage in the report is this: The great majority of African Americans and Latino/as in Los Angeles County co-exist peacefully and are not involved […]
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