Post-Election Hate Crime Surge Slowing, Centered on Campus

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The number of hate-motivated incidents recorded nationwide surged past 1,000 in the month since Donald Trump was elected president, though the outbreak appears to be subsiding, McClatchy Newspapers reports. The Southern Poverty Law Center says the stories are “nonetheless as heartbreaking and infuriating as before.” The 1,094 . . .

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