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‘Why we hate’ author on behavior driving recent violent attacks

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NPR, May 2021

NPR’s Michel Martin talks with Jack Levin of the Brudnick Center on Violence at Northeastern University, about the motivations of people who commit hate crimes and bias attacks.

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