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Point: New York Lawmakers and Advocates Consider Rise in Hate Crime and Possible Solutions

Point: New York lawmakers on the rise in hate crimes and possible solutions


Point: New York lawmakers on the rise in hate crimes and possible solutions

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Hate crimes are on the rise new york city and the nation.

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New York State Rep. Ron Kim of Queens and New York City Rep. Kalman Yeager of Brooklyn share their thoughts on the rise of hate crimes across the region and across the country.

Watch an interview with Marsha Kramer here Or in the video player above.

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Leo Ferguson, director of the Strategic Project for Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, and Charles Fain Lehman, a fellow at the Manhattan Institute, discuss possible solutions to the rise of hate crimes. is advocating.


Talking Point: New York City advocates possible solutions to rising hate crimes

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New Yorkers are plagued by rising hate crimes.


Your Point: New Yorkers Are Responsible for Rise in Hate Crime

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All four of our guests will discuss what can be done to curb hate speech, including whether social media should be moderated and what the root causes are.


Exclamation Point: The Big Picture of Hate Crime and Hate Speech

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“The Point with Marcia Kramer” airs every Sunday at 11:30 am on CBS2, right after “Face the Nation.” next, cbs news new york At noon you will see the “exclamation mark”, a long conversation with the guests.

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