Maryland lawmakers have overwhelmingly approved changes to the state’s hate crime law after a series of racially charged incidents at Chesapeake High School in Pasadena, Maryland.
The two young men previously charged with sneaking onto the roof of Crofton Middle School and hanging a noose have now been charged with hate crimes.
After a teacher found a noose at Crofton Middle School on Thursday, family and community members took to the sidewalks to leave messages of kindness and love for students to see Monday.
Police arrested the two suspects wanted for hanging a noose at outside an Anne Arundel County middle school earlier this week.
The Anne Arundel County police aren’t rushing to label the hanging of a noose outside Crofton Middle School as a potential hate crime.
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