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NJ Congressman Calls on DOE to Act Against Faith-Based Hate Crimes on College

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NJ Congressman Calls on DOE to Act Against Faith-Based Hate Crimes on College Campuses

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.

Incidents targeting individuals based on their. . .

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