In the United States hate crimes has been an issue to where it should be taken seriously. ‘’Hate crimes and bias motivated crimes …’’ involve crimes that are related to violence which are motivated by…’’ prejudice against a victims race, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or disability’’(Langton, Planty). Throughout history people who were involved in hate crimes were known as the KKK, the League of the South, Aryan nations and much more. Not only has it been a problem in the past but gradually continues to evolve into a bigger problem. Through these tensions of hate crimes against one another, people have ended up brutalized, or sometimes beaten to death. Minorities from different places of the world have been experiencing hate crimes in the United States due to the difference race, sexual orientation and religion.
For instance minorities who have received the most hate crimes in the United States is because of where they are from. Throughout the years minorities have been portrayed to be victims of hate crimes in the United States. Many of the hate crimes done in the United States were ‘’…racially motivated.’’(Ryan). Most of the minorities who have experienced hate crimes are because of the different ways they live from others. Many of the hate crimes that have been committed throughout the past years are to the people who are ‘’… living in households with an income of 24,999 dollars or less per year.’’(Yahoo news).Which then shortens it down to mainly the races known to be African Americans, Hispanics, Islamic and Muslim people. Many of the people who have these low incomes are due to the pay of many of their bosses to be racist towards their employers. As seen in the past and today people are often discriminated towards their workplace because of their color and often their differences in beliefs. Minorities who have worked often receive ‘’… racial harassment…’’ and have gradually increased from ‘’… 3075 in 1991 to 6000 in 2006.’’(Love)
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