"We are not the enemy" : hate crimes against Arabs, Muslims, and those perceived to be Arab or Muslim after September 11
Describes post-September 11 violence directed against Arabs and Muslims in the United States and local, state, and federal government responses.
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title: "We are not the enemy" : hate crimes against Arabs, Muslims, and those perceived to be Arab or Muslim after September 11
title: Hate crimes against Arabs, Muslims, and those perceived to be Arab or Muslim after September 11; United States
creator: Singh, Amardeep, 1974-
contributor: Human Rights Watch (Organization)
publisher: Human Rights Watch
date: Issued: 2002
date: Record created: 2010-08-23
date: Record modified: 2011-09-08
description: Title from title page of source document (viewed Nov. 21, 2002).; "November 2002."; Harvested from http://www.hrw.org/sites/default/files/reports/usa1102.pdf on Aug. 23, 2010.; Includes bibliographical references.
description: Contents: Summary -- Recommendations -- U.S. law and international human rights standards -- A history of backlash attacks against Arabs and Muslims in America -- The September 11 backlash -- Federal, state, and local hate crime prevention efforts before and after September 11.
description: Extent: 40 p. : col. ill., digital, PDF file.
subject: Arab Americans--Crimes against--United States.; Muslims--Crimes against--United States.; Hate crimes--United States.; September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001.; Human rights--United States.
relation: System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader to access PDF files.; Mode of access: Internet from the Human Rights Watch web site. Address as of 11/21/02: http://www.hrw.org/reports/2002/usahate/usa1102.pdf.
relation: Is part of: Human Rights Watch ; v. 14 , no. 6(G); Human Rights Watch. G ; v. 14, no. 6.
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