Students at Denver South High School were shown a video instructing them not to call the police to report a racist hate crime.
A 15-year-old freshman at Vandebilt Catholic High School in Houma, Louisiana, was arrested Tuesday on battery and hate crime charges for throwing cotton balls at a Black student then whipping him with his belt.
According to the Department of Justice, the woman used her SUV as her weapon of choice in two separate incidents where she tried to run over a Black boy and another girl, claiming they "didn't belong."
This year has been marked by a global pandemic, but another public health crisis has also been growing behind the scenes: people being charged with racially motivated and hate crimes.
Candace Owens, the woman who said Hitler just wanted to "make Germany great," was scheduled to testify at a congressional hearing on hate crimes and white nationalism.
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