Schools report post-election bullying and harassment

Amy Scott Nov 15, 2016
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Hannah Stephenson, 2, eats a granola bar before joining her mother and 8-year-old brother in a march against President-elect Donald Trump on Sunday in Philadelphia. Mark Makela/Getty Images

Schools report post-election bullying and harassment

Amy Scott Nov 15, 2016
Hannah Stephenson, 2, eats a granola bar before joining her mother and 8-year-old brother in a march against President-elect Donald Trump on Sunday in Philadelphia. Mark Makela/Getty Images
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The Southern Poverty Law Center has sent out a new survey to teachers asking about the post-election climate in their schools. Since Donald Trump was elected, the anti-hate watchdog group has tallied hundreds of incidents of harassment and bullying at schools and on college campuses. In his recent “60 Minutes” interview with Lesley Stahl, President-elect Trump told supporters to “stop” harassing minorities.

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