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With data from Google News, this new tool makes it easier for reporters to track hate crimes nationwide

Are hate crimes on the rise? Reliable national-level data isn’t available (though the Center for Investigative Reporting attempts to track domestic terrorism) and reporters following the beat are in the dark about just how common the incidents they cover are in the U.S. ProPublica, Google News Lab, and a data visualization group, Pitch Interactive, launched...
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