Southwestern cities like Phoenix, San Antonio, and Albuquerque are building tolerance programs to combat hate crimes. But though we're nearby, Las Vegas has had a history of very few hate crimes. Why it that? Are we a more tolerant city? An apathetic city? Or a city that lacks the right mix of elements to breed intolerance and hate groups? Share your thoughts below.
Keith Woods, Vice President for Diversity in News and Operations, National Public Radio
Richard Boulware, Vice President, Las Vegas chapter of the NAACP
John L. Smith, columnist, Las Vegas Review-Journal
Charles Chang, Executive Director, Asian Pacific American Dispute Resolution Center
Jose Melendrez, Assistant Vice President of Diversity Initiatives, UNLV
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