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LGBTQ people at far higher risk of violent hate crimes

Clip: 12/28/2022 | 4m 49s

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A new report finds that LGBTQ Americans are nine times more likely than non-LGBTQ people to be victimized by a hate crime. The study also finds the majority of victims are women and the majority of offenders are male. Fewer than four out of 10 victims of LGBTQ-related violent hate crime sought professional help for their emotional or physical damage related to the victimization.

Aired: 12/28/22 | Rating: NR

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