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Understanding and Measuring Bias Victimization Against Latinos

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Part of a collection maintained by OJP, this report explores the nature and frequency of bias-motivated victimization faced by Latinos. A key finding is that experience of bias is common in Latino communities, with over half of study participants reporting experience of bias incidents and 28 percent reporting experience of hate crimes.
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Office of Justice Programs (OJP)