FBI Report Reveals Increase in Hate Crimes Against Hispanic and Transgender People in 2018


Nov 13, 2019 - 7:14
FBI Report Reveals Increase in Hate Crimes Against Hispanic and Transgender People in 2018

Hate crimes against transgender and Hispanic people have increased in 2018, and are becoming more violent according to FBI data. The FBI released the 2018 Hate Crime statistics on Tuesday, which found that hate crimes across the U.S. saw a slight decrease in 2018, from 7,175 reported criminal incidents in 2017 to 7,120 in 2018. Despite this, the data found that Hispanic and transgender people have been subjected to an increase of hate crimes in 2018. The types of crimes have also become more violent, according to experts. Quick Facts about the Report

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