In a proactive stance against rising instances of faith-based hate crimes on college campuses, a New Jersey congressman is urging the Department of Education (DOE) to take decisive action. The call comes amid growing concerns about the safety and well-being of students belonging to religious minority groups.
Representative Josh Gottheimer, representing New Jersey's 5th District, has raised a red flag on the disturbing trend of faith-based hate crimes affecting college students. Citing specific incidents reported within his district and nationwide, the congressman emphasizes the need for immediate attention and intervention.
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