Here Are 13 Moments Of People Attacking Latinos That Set Social Media On Fire
It’s been a rough year for our community as white supremacists and nationalist have felt empowered to express their hate. Inflammatory rhetoric from politicians on the national level has empowered these groups in their racist attacks.
According to Hate Crime in California’s new study, hate crimes against all minorities in California have increased by 17 percent since President Trump’s 2016 campaign. For Latinos, specifically, there has been a 51.8 percent increase in hate crimes since Trump won the presidency.
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