The NYPD’s Hate Crime Task Force is investigating an alleged attack on a Jewish couple on the Upper East Side.
The search continued Thursday night for the suspect wanted in connection with a bias attack against a gay couple in a subway stop in Greenwich Village.
Police on Wednesday were asking the public to assist in the search for a suspect who attacked a man on a No. 7 train in Queens while yelling anti-Mexican statements.
Leighton Jennings, 24, of Queens was arrested Wednesday and is charged with second-degree assault.
Randy Gener, 45, was attacked near West 54th Street and Seventh Avenue in the early hours of Jan. 17, police said.
Family and friends of an openly gay journalist savagely beaten in Midtown will hold a vigil Sunday night and are asking for the public’s help to track down his attacker.
In the wake of a suspected bias attack on a Columbia University professor earlier this month, state Assemblyman David Weprin (D-Queens) joined members of the Sikh Cultural Society Sunday in a rally against hate crimes.
Prabhjot Singh, who is Sikh, was approached by a group of 15 to 20 young men on bicycles making anti-Muslim statements, police said.
Police on Monday were searching for a man who allegedly made statements of racial bias before attacking a man on a bus in Harlem late last month.
It happened early Wednesday morning in the area of West 25 Street and 9 Avenue shortly after Peter Notman and Michael Felenchak left the Chelsea Bowtie Cinemas.
Four young men were charged Monday in an alleged anti-gay attack on Long Island that left one of the victims seriously injured.
Gay pride was on full display at the 21st annual Queens Pride Parade.
Michah Onditi, 16, received a slew of racist text messages warning him to drop out of the race for student council president at St. Peter’s Preparatory School because he is black, police said.
Kevin Kiadii is a 25-year-old freelance make-up artist. He said it’s a relief arrests were made, and that he wasn’t more seriously hurt.
A community is rallying against hate, and police are increasing patrols in some neighborhoods – in the wake of five anti-gay attacks in the past two weeks.