Hate Crime is an act of committing an injustice as a result of prejudice against a particular group. Hate crime does not necessarily require the perpetrator to feel hate, but instead, it needs a specific offense to be committed as a result of bias motivation. A journalist discovered the term hate crime in the 1980s (Gerstenfeld and Phyllis 23). It has however gotten worse in the recent years due to an increased population and diverse backgrounds in beliefs and gender. Most of the hate crimes are committed as a result of what target people represent. The perpetrators will feel no sympathy towards the victim involved. Hate crimes can result from racial discrimination, religious differences, and even gender discrimination. Hate crimes inflict fear among people in communities. They can be caused by defensi
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