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Racial Crime Prevention, in Emerging Adulthood
Hate Crime Prevention: School Curriculum


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Additional References:
Denvir, Brian. (August 2016). Hate Crime in New York State 2015 Annual Report. New York State - Division of Criminal Justice Services, 1-14.

- Kirby, Michelle (December 14, 2017). Connecticut Hate Crimes Laws. Connecticut General Assembly - Office of Legislative Research, 1-9.

- McLaughlin, Karen A. and Kelly J. Brilliant. Healing Healing Healing the Hate A National Hate Crime Prevention Curriculum for Middle Schools. National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS), 1-210. Retrieved August 18, 2019 at https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/165479.pdf

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- Vera Institute of Justice (August 2018). Bias Crime Assessment: A Tool and Guidelines for Law Enforcement and Concerned Communities. National Criminal Justice Reference Service, 1-18.



 
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