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One year later: How San Bernardino countered hate in the wake of tragedy (+video)

Christian Science Monitor Friday, 2 December 2016
A national surge in hate crimes against Muslims followed the terror attack in San Bernardino, Calif., on Dec. 2, 2015. But residents say that rather than dividing the community, the tragedy brought them closer together. 
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News video: A Year After San Bernardino Massacre, Workers Say County Is Doing Little To Help Them

A Year After San Bernardino Massacre, Workers Say County Is Doing Little To Help Them 02:32

Several survivors told CBS2's Kristine Lazar they're being denied medicine to treat depression, anxiety and PTSD. The county said few claims have been denied.

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