Kansas City FBI Office Against Haters

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The local FBI division hopes the campaign will also draw attention to a longtime Kansas homicide investigation.

The agency said hate crimes are the top priority for the FBI's civil rights program, but they are historically underreported.

A hate crime is any criminal offense against a person or property motivated by a person's bias against race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender or gender identity.

"Hate crimes are not only an attack on the victim -- many times they are meant to threaten and intimidate an entire community," the FBI notes.

In Kansas City, the campaign will run from Oct. 1 through Nov. 30, and Kansas City-area residents will see more information on local buses.

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