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FBI report shows rise in hate crimes in schools

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An FBI report indicates the number of hate crimes has nearly doubled from 2018 to 2022, with Black, LGBTQ and Jewish students among the most targeted groups. NBC News’ Valerie Castro looks at how violence motivated by bias is affecting more and more students every year and how social media may be contributing to it.