Sunday, April 2, 2023

White House holds conference on hate-motivated violence

A retail store in Buffalo. A nightclub in Orlando. Walmart Store in El Paso. These are just some of the places where there has been hate violence against African Americans, Hispanics or LGBTQ people in the past five years.

Officials in President Joe Biden’s administration said on Thursday that all grim symbols of the woes plaguing America should be erased.

The government brought together teachers, religious leaders and many other figures who had experienced violence for the first time, for a conversation about how to stop such hate-filled violence.

Among those in attendance was Sarah Collins Rudolph, who nearly 59 years ago lost her eye in the Ku Klux Klan bombing of a church in Birmingham, Alabama, and there are still pieces of glass, including those of her sister and three other black girls. Death had taken place. Sarah is expected to meet with President Joe Biden.

In 2020, hate crimes in the US reached a record high in more than a decade. The Justice Department said it would intensify efforts to combat the violence.

There are also lies about the 2020 election results, hate crimes, and political violence about a growing number of supporters of former President Donald Trump, eager to attack Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) officials or others whose Believes he investigated the former president. it is very far.

President Biden announced new steps to assist schools, local law enforcement agencies and cultural institutions in preventing and responding to such acts of violence. [em/ps]

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