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Faculty in the News, Nov. 5

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CSUSB center’s work cited in article about alleged hate crime against a U.S. citizen of Peruvian descent
The Washington Post/Associated Press
Nov. 4, 2019
 
Work by CSUSB’s Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism was included in an article about a Latino man – a U.S. citizen – who was attacked with battery acid in what Milwaukee police are investigating as a hate crime.
 
Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at Cal State San Bernardino, released a study in July that found a 9 percent increase in hate crimes reported to police in major U.S. cities in 2018. Levin found a modest decrease in bias crimes against Latino people — from 103 in 2017 to 100 in 2018 — in 10 major cities, including New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. However, Levin has said the totals likely would have increased last year if not for an unexplained drop in anti-Latino bias crimes reported for Phoenix, from 25 in 2017 to 10 in 2018.
 
The news wire service report was also picked up by news media outlets worldwide.
 
Read the complete article at “Family says suspect in acid attack is veteran, suffered PTSD.”

This news clip and others may be found at “In the Headlines” at inside.csusb.edu.
 


TAGS:College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Brian Levin, criminal justice, Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, hate, hate crime, extremism, white nationalism, neo-Nazi, race, racism, politics, Top Stories

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