Hate at Home: Preventing future hate crimes

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In the final part of Team 12’s Hate at Home investigation – activists say an important part of the hate crime problem in Brooklyn is understanding where it's coming from and how future attacks can be prevented.

For many advocates and victims in the borough, there is not one single answer as to what’s driving hate crimes.

News 12 Digital has expanded coverage of Hate at Home in our special section on the series. Get in-depth statistics, data and extended interviews.

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