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New York, NY - Speaker Quinn Declares Nov. 29 Day Against Hate Crimes

Published on: November 1, 2007 03:59 PM
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New York, NY - City Council Speaker Christine Quinn has declared a day against hate to counter a 20 percent rise in bias crimes.

Quinn, says she wants to send a message “that we will not tolerate hate of any kind in our city.”
Quinn says the city is organizing a series of events on Nov. 29 that will bring together Holocaust survivors with school children as well as people of various races and nationalities to discuss crimes that have been reported recently. [Newsday]

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 Nov 02, 2007 at 12:11 AM Anonymous Says:

Great idea. And on November 30th you can Hate people again.


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