OAKLAND, Calif. – Transgender victims’ cases are frequently complicated by the circumstances surrounding their deaths, which makes it difficult to classify their homicides as hate crimes. The victims are often killed by a romantic partner, sex work client or stranger.
SAN FRANCISCO – According to the Trans Murder Monitoring Project, 62 percent of all transgender people killed worldwide in from 2008- September 2017 were sex workers.
SAN FRANCISCO – Data from the Anti-Defamation League cites 14 hate crimes targeted for sexual orientation occurred in San Francisco in 2016. That’s nearly 40 percent of all of the hate crimes in the city, the highest number treported since 2012.
FREMONT, Ohio – News21 stopped at Fremont’s historic point of pride: the library and museum of Rutherford B. Hayes, the 19th U.S. president. It was a great place to talk with people about hate in America.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Jacksonville’s LGBTQ community rallies for justice and answers in the murders of three local black transgender women this year amidst a lack of answers from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.
PHOENIX – More than 4,000 African-Americans died during the “lynching era” from 1877 to 1950. The lynching era’s legacy can still be seen today, historians and politicians say.
LANCASTER, Calif. — Law enforcement agencies in California aren’t doing enough to reach out to vulnerable immigrants who […]