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Experts Available: 2018 FBI Hate Crimes Data release

On Tuesday, November 13, the FBI is expected to release its annual hate crimes data. Experts representing Muslim, Arab, Sikh, and South Asian communities are available to provide insight from impacted communities. The data covers incidents in 2017.

Berry authored two recent op-eds on FBI hate crimes data. Arab American Institute has already produced an analysis of 2017 hate crimes data covering 27 states, its recent report Underreported, Under Threat covers hate crimes data from 1991-2016.
Ahussain focuses on anti-Muslim hate issues. Muslim Advocates recently produced a report on Anti-Muslim political campaigns in the 2018 election cycle.
Billoo is a civil rights attorney based in San Francisco. CAIR's recent report "Targeted" is its annual review of anti-Muslim bias in the U.S., providing both hard numbers and real stories of impact on the lives of American Muslims.

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Arjun S. Sethi

Adjunct Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center
Washington D.C.
Arjun S. Sethi is an expert in promoting governmental policy that safeguards the civil rights and liberties of communities of color.

Arjun Sethi is a writer, attorney, and professor based in Washington, D.C. He is a frequent commentator on civil rights and civil liberties related issues, and teaches courses on surveillance, profiling, and counter terrorism. His work has appeared in numerous national outlets, including CNN, The Guardian, USA Today, and The Washington Post, and he has been widely quoted in print, radio and television, including by The New York Times, The Independent, BBC America, BBC World Radio, and NPR.

Surveillance, Racial/Religious Profiling, Hate Violence/Hate Crimes, Discrimination and Bigotry, US Politics, National Security, Sikhism