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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.

Listen to the interview at NPR.

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