Hate crime reversed

October 2002
New York Amsterdam News;10/24/2002, Vol. 93 Issue 43, p8
Focuses on racially motivated crimes in the U.S. Incidences of racially motivated crimes committed by Blacks in the U.S.; Reason why the massacre in Wichita, Kansas received less national exposure; Discussion on inequality in hate crime legislation.


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