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Harvard Student Newspaper Claims Thousands Of Anonymously Reported ‘Hate Incidents’ Are ‘Hate Crimes’

By Ashe Schow

“Hate crime” has a specific legal definition, and typically requires someone to be charged by police. Many colleges and universities across the country, however, allow students to make anonymous “bias” reports about anything they deem to be offensive, whether it actually is offensive or whether the intent was to offend or not.

An organization called Stop Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Hate collects reports of what people allege to be “hate incidents,” which can be anonymously reported and don’t have to rise to the level of a crime.

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