The Chart Gallery 1/2: Hate crimes

Posted by Maddie Hall on 1/2/20 3:09 PM

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It's 2020, a new decade, and it's time to start addressing and taking note of the global rise in hate crimes over the past ten years. Let's dive in:


Cause for concern

The number of hate crimes in the United States dipped slightly in 2018 but still remain at heightened levels.


Queerphobia in action

As candidates began campaigning for president in 2015, hate crimes against LGBT people began to rise.

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Racism is still the most widespread issue

Of the 7,000+ hate crimes in 2018, the vast majority were race related.

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Islamophobia is on the rise

Since 2016 there has been a massive jump in anti-Muslim attacks and activities.


The Jewish community is affected

According to the Anti-Defamation League, there were 1,347 anti-Semitic incidents in the United States alone in 2019.

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That's all for today's edition of The Chart Gallery.

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Have a great new year!
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