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Bias and Hate Crime Against Latinos: Initial Results From a Community Survey Across Three U.S. Cities (Faculty Research Seminar)

On October 30, 2019, the Institute on Race and Justice hosted a faculty research seminar titled "Bias and Hate Crime Against Latinos: Initial Results From a Community Survey Across Three U.S. Cities." The seminar featured Dr. Amy Farrell and Dr. Carlos Cuevas, Professors of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Northeastern University.

This presentation was part of a series of discussions that highlight the work of faculty engaged in race and social justice research on campus and provide an opportunity for intellectual dialogue on these important issues.

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