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June 8, 1997 | ROBIN WRIGHT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Responding to soaring levels of bigotry-motivated violence, President Clinton on Saturday ordered the Justice Department to review all U.S. laws on hate crimes. The White House will also convene a conference this fall of law enforcement officials, members of Congress and hate-crime victims in order to explore ways of dealing with intolerance, from the burning of black churches to attacks on gays and Jews, Clinton announced in his weekly radio address.
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June 8, 1997 | ROBIN WRIGHT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Responding to soaring levels of bigotry-motivated violence, President Clinton on Saturday ordered the Justice Department to review all U.S. laws on hate crimes. The White House will also convene a conference this fall of law enforcement officials, members of Congress and hate-crime victims in order to explore ways of dealing with intolerance, from the burning of black churches to attacks on gays and Jews, Clinton announced in his weekly radio address.
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April 26, 1990
George Roche ("Is America Truly a Society of Hate?" Op-Ed Page, April 8) needs to come out from behind the protective walls of his "private, liberal arts institution" and view the world as it really is. Roche seems bent on establishing different levels of prejudice that warrant varying degrees of outrage (or tolerance). Society should be repulsed at the senseless beating of any individual regardless of whether that person is black, Jewish or gay.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 26, 1990
George Roche ("Is America Truly a Society of Hate?" Op-Ed Page, April 8) needs to come out from behind the protective walls of his "private, liberal arts institution" and view the world as it really is. Roche seems bent on establishing different levels of prejudice that warrant varying degrees of outrage (or tolerance). Society should be repulsed at the senseless beating of any individual regardless of whether that person is black, Jewish or gay.
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