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One of America’s first post-9/11 hate crime murders punctuates a growing wave of violence in retaliation for the terror attacks.

When his brother is murdered, Rana Singh Sodhi finds himself coping with national tragedy and murder, finding support in community and attempting to reclaim the American dream.

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Two men wearing beards, turbans, slacks and button-down shirts smiling as they walk on a beach

In the Sikh religion, wearing a turban is mandatory for all adult males.
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A young boy with a red turban holds a drawing of the American flag
Three men with beards and turbans smile for the camera

A gravestone on the side of a highway next to an American flag Is it important that hate crimes be distinguished from other types of crimes?

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