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OC Human Relations Saddened by Brussels Attacks

OC Human Relations Saddened by Brussels Attacks

“Terrorist attacks in Paris, San Bernardino and now Brussels evoke our deep sadness for the many victims and their loved ones, as well as great concern about continued acts of terror at home and abroad,” said OC Human Relations in a statement. “During times of great strife and terror, voices of rage, hate and scapegoating will rise,” the commission said. “It is our responsibility to be thoughtful and reasoned in our reactions, not to add to the list of innocent victims brutalized by hate and terror.”

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Orange County Hate Crime Down, as Few Cases Lead to Convictions

Orange County Hate Crime Down, as Few Cases Lead to Convictions

The Orange County Register, August 21, 2015 By MEGHANN M. CUNIFF / STAFF WRITER Reported hate crimes in Orange County decreased in 2014, continuing a 10-year trend of declines. Despite the news in a report released Thursday by the Orange County Human Relations Commission, the fate of those accused of hate crimes is sometimes murky. Many crimes go unreported. More

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Orange County Hate Crimes Down in 2014

  The Los Angeles Times, Aug 20, 2015 By Ahn Do, A man walked up to a couple who were out shopping and asked if they were lesbians. When they said yes, he beat them. Another man attacked an elderly Vietnamese American woman as she stepped off a bus. He shouted racial slurs, kicked her in the chest and knocked

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