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Report: Uptick in Hate Incidents Post Election

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Tuesday, 29 November 2016 ()

Civil rights groups say they have documented more than 860 bias-related incidents in the first 10 days after President-elect Donald Trump's election. (Nov. 29)
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Civil rights groups say they have documented more than 860 bias-related incidents in the first 10 days after President-elect Donald Trump's election. (Nov. 29)

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