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Police often ill-equipped to handle hate crimes

Clip: 12/31/2017 | 3m 57s

Less than half of people who are victims of hate crimes file reports with police, and an even lesser percentage see a conviction. In an attempt to examine the scale and effects of hate crimes in the U.S., ProPublica earlier this year launched the project “Documenting Hate.” The project’s manager, journalist Rachel Glickhouse, joins Alison Stewart for a year-end review.

Aired: 12/31/17

Rating: NR

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