Hate Crimes

Hate Crimes

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U.S. Attorneys' Offices are Uniting Against Hate with Communities Across the Country

The United Against Hate Community Outreach Program shares resources to combat hate and encourages discussion between representatives from law enforcement, community organizations, and members of the public.


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FBI Releases Supplemental 2021 Hate Crime Statistics

The FBI has updated the 2021 hate crime statistics with data from more law enforcement agencies. According to the new data, the number of reported hate crime incidents increased to 10,840, an 11.6% increase from 2020-2021.


Marchers, including President Biden and AAG Clarke, gather on the Edmund Pettus Bridge to commemorate the 58th anniversary of Bloody Sunday.

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Assistant Attorney General Clarke Commemorates Bloody Sunday

AAG Clarke delivered remarks in Selma, Alabama, honoring the peaceful protesters who were met with hatred and violence as they marched across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in support of voting rights in 1965.


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Addressing Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

Learn about the DOJ's work to combat anti-AAPI hate crimes.


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Combating hate crimes is one of the Department of Justice’s highest priorities. In this effort to
fight bias and hate, the DOJ created this website as a centralized portal for all its hate
crimes resources for law enforcement, media, researchers, victims, advocacy groups,
and other interested organizations and individuals. Use these resources to learn more about
hate crimes, encourage hate crime reporting, and make America safer for all.