Latino, Black Leaders Unite After Alleged Hate Crime In Compton

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A man walks past Compton City Hall (File)
A man walks past Compton City Hall (File)

A coalition of Latino and black community leaders banded together on the steps of Compton City Hall on Monday, seeking to unite the city in the aftermath of an attack that law enforcement has labeled a hate crime.

Last week, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said two Latino gang members terrorized a black family in an attempt to drive them out of the neighborhood.

Read the whole story at The Los Angeles Times

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