80 Percent of Rochester Residents Think Discrimination is a Problem

A new survey shows more than 80 percent of the people in the Rochester region believe racial or ethnic discrimination is a problem

The "State of Hate in Greater Rochester" report says fifty-six percent of Black people report personally witnessing an act of discrimination..

But 81% of respondents say Rochester is overall a welcoming place.

And nearly three-quarters say contributions of people from different races, ethnicities, religions, and sexual orientations make the community stronger

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