A new study by the nonprofit Justice Matters and the Washington Post has found that a disproportionate number of white people are the victims of hate-based crimes in the United States.
The data, compiled from state and local government agencies, comes as President Donald Trump has made reforming anti-discrimination laws his top priority.
Trump has been a vocal proponent of ending hate crimes in his administration, and has signed an executive order to help combat them.
But he has yet to make good on that pledge, with reports of hate crime and violence occurring at an alarming rate across the country.
And despite a recent uptick in hate crimes, the Justice Matters study found that hate crimes have increased by just 6.8 percent in 2018.
The report comes just months after Trump signed a bill into law that seeks to make the federal government a “warrior for all Americans.”
But despite the uptick, the report found that the rate of hate and bias crimes has remained fairly stable in the country’s largest cities, and that overall, hate crimes were down in 2020 compared to 2021.
“While the numbers of hate incidents have been decreasing, it’s important to remember that the vast majority of those incidents are racially motivated,” the report states.
“The report does not provide a breakdown of crimes in which racial hate was motivated.
The report found: The report noted that in some areas, hate crime data were not publicly available. “
However, there is no evidence that these crimes are less frequent than hate crimes.”
The report found: The report noted that in some areas, hate crime data were not publicly available.
For example, the survey found that in the cities of New York and New Orleans, the FBI reported no hate crimes during the previous 12 months, but the data was not made public.
In addition, there were no reported hate crimes that year in cities including Chicago, Detroit, Minneapolis, New Orleans and Pittsburgh.
The FBI reported that there were 1,724 hate crimes nationwide in 2020, compared to 631 in 2021.
There were also just 586 reported bias incidents, or incidents in 10 states and the District of Columbia.
However, the Post found that bias incidents are “more likely” to occur in places with larger minority populations.
According to the study, hate violence has increased in the past decade, particularly among people of color.
The group surveyed reported that in 2017, a majority of hate attacks were directed at members of the Black community.
While that number is down from 2016, the group found that black people are targeted for racial and ethnic violence in a much greater proportion than they were a decade ago.
The study found: “There has been an uptick in anti-Muslim, anti-Jewish and anti-LGBT hate crimes over the past year, according to the survey.
The number of such attacks in 2020 increased from 11 to 23, with the largest uptick in attacks against members of non-heterosexual communities.”
The data shows that there have been a number of racially motivated attacks over the last decade, but they were concentrated in areas of the country with a large black population.
The Post found “there was no statistically significant difference between white and non-white victims of bias incidents,” according to its data.
“Although the majority of incidents reported to the FBI are hate crimes targeting minorities, there have also been instances of racially inspired attacks targeting whites,” the study said.
“These attacks are often motivated by anti-Semitic and racist beliefs, but also often result in physical injuries, harassment and vandalism.”
The group also found that anti-Semitism and other forms of hate were “increasingly common,” and that incidents of anti-white bias were up sharply from the previous decade.
The findings highlight the “inherent complexity” of the hate crimes data and the lack of comprehensive data about hate crimes across the nation, said Justice Matters CEO and founder of the group Sherry Lansing.
“As we continue to look at the data, we can identify patterns and trends that may not be reflected in our reporting,” Lansing said.
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“The fact that hate crime statistics are so out of sync with our actual numbers is a real problem,” Lansing added.
“It’s a huge problem because it’s one thing to have a very high hate crime rate, it is another thing to be so inconsistent.”
The Post reported that, as of September 2018, there had been 5,929 anti-immigrant hate crimes reported nationwide.
The organization also said that in its report, “There were a record number of anti Muslim hate crimes and hate crimes against Sikhs, Muslims, Arab Americans, people of various backgrounds, disabled people, Native Americans, and others in 2017.
There have also historically been a lot of anti racial violence in the U.S. in 2017.”
But Lansing said that the numbers don’t paint a complete picture of the problem.
“There are no federal