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Circle City solidarity: Vigil conveys unity with Charlottesville, community seeks to keep momentum going

When torch-bearing demonstrators carrying swastikas and Confederate flags gathered in Charlottesville, Virginia, for a “Unite the Right” rally in protest of the removal of...

Black pastors challenge hate law

A Black pastor who is challenging the constitutionality of the recently enacted federal “Hate Crimes Act” says he’s offended by comparisons to the civil rights...

Black pastors challenge hate law

A Black pastor who is challenging the constitutionality of the recently enacted federal “Hate Crimes Act” says he’s offended by comparisons to the civil rights...

Dutch anti-Islam lawmaker faces hate speech trial

Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders sat in the defendant's dock Wednesday, nodding his head as prosecutors read aloud a hundred remarks he has made condemning...

Obama hails expansion of hate crimes legislation

President Barack Obama on Wednesday signed and celebrated hate crime legislation that extends protection to people based on sexual orientation, sealing a long-fought victory...
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