In rural Georgia, a group of high-schoolers gets a visit from the Secret Service after posting “inappropriate” comments about President-elect Barack Obama on the Web. In Raleigh, N.C., four college students admit to spraying race-tinged graffiti in a pedestrian tunnel after the election.
On Nov. 6, a cross burns on the lawn of a biracial couple in Apolacon Township, Pa. The election of America’s first black president has triggered more than 200 hate-related incidents, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center — a record in modern presidential elections.
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