FBI Hate Crimes Report Explained

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The FBI and Department of Justice recently released their annual joint report on hate crimes in America. But it's drawing criticism for wide state-by-state statistical disparities.

Why do some states account for hate crimes in the hundreds, while other states count none at all?

Farai Chideya gets an explanation from Darrell Foxworth, public information officer for the FBI.

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