Hate Crimes On the Rise in Southern California

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Southern California's Riverside and San Bernardino counties, located in the desert east of Los Angeles, registered a 19 percent increase in hate crimes. In the past year, police have arrested more than 40 people associated with white supremacist groups. Robin Urevich of member station KPCC reports.



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