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After Alleged Hate Crime Against Boy, New Hampshire Town Seeks Answers03:27Download

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Claremont Police Chief Mark Chase speaks during the vigil. (Britta Greene/NHPR)MoreCloseclosemore
Claremont Police Chief Mark Chase speaks during the vigil. (Britta Greene/NHPR)

Officials in Claremont, New Hampshire, say there will be many conversations in the city about how to prevent violent and race-based attacks in the coming months after news broke last week that local teenagers had allegedly tried to hang a biracial boy.

About 100 people recently gathered in a park outside city hall for a vigil in response. Britta Greene (@brittalhg) from New Hampshire Public Radio reports.

This segment aired on September 14, 2017.

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