From anti-Semitic graffiti to hate-inspired murders and online harassment, hate crimes are a national problem and yet there is not one database that accurately collects that information. That’s why ProPublica launched Documenting Hate, a website that collects and verifies reports to create a national database for use by journalists, researchers and civil rights organizations. NPR’s Latino USA is one of the media partners in this project.

Since the website launched at beginning of 2017, there have been almost three thousand reports, not all have been verified.

If you have been a victim or witness of a hate crime fill out the ProPublica form, here.

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