Half of Hate Crime Victims Don’t File Complaints, But Why?

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ProPublica examines one of the most striking statistics in a recent federal Bureau of Justice Statistics report on hate crimes: 54 percent of the roughly 250,000 people who said they were victimized in the U.S. in recent years chose not to file a formal complaint with the authorities. The Matthew Shepard Foundation, which advocated for national hate crime legislation, is trying . . .

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