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Records show 15 more hate crimes were reported in the city in compared to when police logged 62 total hate crimes. Race, sexuality and religion were the primary motivators, according to data from Chicago police, which shows Jewish people were targeted more than all other religious groups. Conversations about hate crimes moved front and center in January when Jussie Smollett, who is black and gay, told police he was targeted in an attack. Gay males were the second most-targeted group, with 13 homophobic attacks reported last year, the data shows. Anti-semitic hate crimes were the third most common, with 12 last year.
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Less than three weeks after being indicted on 16 felony counts , Chicago prosecutors on Tuesday dropped all charges against "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett, who had been accused of filing a false police report claiming he was the victim of a hate crime attack carried out by two men on a city street in January. On Jan. The year-old actor, who is black and gay also said his attackers poured what he believed was bleach over him and put a noose around his neck in the upscale neighborhood of Streeterville. Many celebrities, including "Empire" cast members and gay rights advocates showed their support for Smollett on social media. From the onset, the police department said it was investigating the alleged attack as a possible hate crime.
Sitting across from a former bank , Jeffery Pub has been a neighborhood stalwart since the s. Places like Jeffery Pub, S. By filling a much-needed cultural void, the bar cemented its place in Chicago history, owner Jamal Junior said. So, back then, this was their place to come, where they felt safe in the neighborhood.