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Amazon.com: Hate Crimes [5 volumes] (Praeger Perspectives …

“Edited by criminologist Perry (Ontario Inst. of Tech), this wide-ranging collection of articles written by scholars and practitioners sheds considerable light on the victims and perpetrators of hate crimes. Hate crime, by definition, is ‘an assault against all members of stigmatized and marginalized communities.’ . . . BOTTOM LINE A vividly written collection of articles, this is highly recommended for university libraries and special libraries within government, law enforcement, law firms, news organizations, and nongovernmental organizations.” – Library Journal

“This title is recommended for larger public libraries, as well as college, university, and law libraries.” – Catholic Library World

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OSCE – ODIHR | Hate Crime Reporting

Hate crimes are criminal acts motivated by bias or prejudice towards particular groups of people. To be considered a hate crime, the offence must meet two criteria. The first is that the act constitutes an offence under criminal law. Secondly, the act must have been motivated by bias.

This website presentsinformationfrom OSCE participating States, civil society and inter-governmental organizations abouthate crime. Information is categorised by the bias motivations OSCE/ODIHR has been mandated to report on by participating States.

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Hate Crime | Definition of Hate Crime by Merriam-Webster

USA TODAY, “Police officer resigns, suspect charged with hate crime after woman wearing Puerto Rico shirt harassed,” 12 July 2018 Even before President Donald Trump’s Muslim ban (which the Supreme Court upheld, as The New York Times reported), hate crimes against Muslims, including mosque arson, were on the rise in 2015, according to FBI data.

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Although its considered an outdated concept, race is often used to refer to a group of people of common ancestry, distinguished by physical characteristics such as colour of skin, shape of eyes, hair texture and facial features and to designate social categories based on such characteristics. Whereas ethnicity is a concept that is perceived in terms of common culture, history, language or nationhood.

In 2011, approximately 52 percent of reported hate crimes in Canada were motivated by race or ethnicity.

Hate crimes against religious groups are often targeted against a communities or individuals on their perceived or misinterpreted religious attire or affiliation.

In 2011, approximately 25 percent of reported hate crimes in Canada were motivated by religion. Among religious hate crimes, 75 percent of incidents involved mischief, such as vandalism, graffiti or other destruction of property.

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Exclusive – Elizabeth Heng: Facebook Is ‘Censoring the Voices of Americans Who Have Different Views’

Elizabeth Heng, the Republican nominee running to represent California’s 16th Congressional District, said Facebook is “censoring the voices of Americans” with non-leftist views.

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Exclusive– Ryan Zinke: ‘Environmental Terrorist Groups’ Play Role in Western U.S. Wildfires

U.S. Department of Interior Secretary (DOI) Ryan Zinke told Breitbart News Saturday that “environmental terrorist groups” are, in part, responsible for the deadly wildfires in the Western United States.

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Exclusive—Lou Barletta: ‘How Would Bob Casey Justify’ Sanctuary Cities to Child Rape Victim?

Congressman Lou Barletta (R-PA) chastised Sen. Bob Casey’s (D-PA) support for sanctuary cities on Monday, contending that a five-year-old rape victim was not provided “sanctuary” from criminal illegal aliens.

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Kirsanow: GOP Rep. Yoder Will Invite Mass Migration With Catch-and-Release Giveaway

Kansas Rep. Kevin Yoder’s catch-and-release spending plan “will encourage further massive waves of illegal immigration into the country,” says Peter Kirsanow, a GOP-appointed member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.

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Lindsay Lohan Apologizes for Criticizing #MeToo

Actress Lindsay Lohan issued an apology for her statements critical of the #MeToo movement in which she said some women complaining of sexual harassment look “weak.”

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Amazon.com: Hate Crimes [5 volumes] (Praeger Perspectives …

“Edited by criminologist Perry (Ontario Inst. of Tech), this wide-ranging collection of articles written by scholars and practitioners sheds considerable light on the victims and perpetrators of hate crimes. Hate crime, by definition, is ‘an assault against all members of stigmatized and marginalized communities.’ . . . BOTTOM LINE A vividly written collection of articles, this is highly recommended for university libraries and special libraries within government, law enforcement, law firms, news organizations, and nongovernmental organizations.” – Library Journal “This title is recommended for larger public libraries, as well as college, university, and law libraries.” – Catholic Library World

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OSCE – ODIHR | Hate Crime Reporting

Hate crimes are criminal acts motivated by bias or prejudice towards particular groups of people. To be considered a hate crime, the offence must meet two criteria. The first is that the act constitutes an offence under criminal law. Secondly, the act must have been motivated by bias. This website presentsinformationfrom OSCE participating States, civil society and inter-governmental organizations abouthate crime. Information is categorised by the bias motivations OSCE/ODIHR has been mandated to report on by participating States.

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Hate Crime | Definition of Hate Crime by Merriam-Webster

USA TODAY, “Police officer resigns, suspect charged with hate crime after woman wearing Puerto Rico shirt harassed,” 12 July 2018 Even before President Donald Trump’s Muslim ban (which the Supreme Court upheld, as The New York Times reported), hate crimes against Muslims, including mosque arson, were on the rise in 2015, according to FBI data.

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Although its considered an outdated concept, race is often used to refer to a group of people of common ancestry, distinguished by physical characteristics such as colour of skin, shape of eyes, hair texture and facial features and to designate social categories based on such characteristics. Whereas ethnicity is a concept that is perceived in terms of common culture, history, language or nationhood. In 2011, approximately 52 percent of reported hate crimes in Canada were motivated by race or ethnicity. Hate crimes against religious groups are often targeted against a communities or individuals on their perceived or misinterpreted religious attire or affiliation. In 2011, approximately 25 percent of reported hate crimes in Canada were motivated by religion. Among religious hate crimes, 75 percent of incidents involved mischief, such as vandalism, graffiti or other destruction of property.

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Exclusive – Elizabeth Heng: Facebook Is ‘Censoring the Voices of Americans Who Have Different Views’

Elizabeth Heng, the Republican nominee running to represent California’s 16th Congressional District, said Facebook is “censoring the voices of Americans” with non-leftist views.

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Exclusive– Ryan Zinke: ‘Environmental Terrorist Groups’ Play Role in Western U.S. Wildfires

U.S. Department of Interior Secretary (DOI) Ryan Zinke told Breitbart News Saturday that “environmental terrorist groups” are, in part, responsible for the deadly wildfires in the Western United States.

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Exclusive—Lou Barletta: ‘How Would Bob Casey Justify’ Sanctuary Cities to Child Rape Victim?

Congressman Lou Barletta (R-PA) chastised Sen. Bob Casey’s (D-PA) support for sanctuary cities on Monday, contending that a five-year-old rape victim was not provided “sanctuary” from criminal illegal aliens.

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Kirsanow: GOP Rep. Yoder Will Invite Mass Migration With Catch-and-Release Giveaway

Kansas Rep. Kevin Yoder’s catch-and-release spending plan “will encourage further massive waves of illegal immigration into the country,” says Peter Kirsanow, a GOP-appointed member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.

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Lindsay Lohan Apologizes for Criticizing #MeToo

Actress Lindsay Lohan issued an apology for her statements critical of the #MeToo movement in which she said some women complaining of sexual harassment look “weak.”

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