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The US house of representatives has approved legislation that would make lynching a federal hate crime after more than a century of failed attempts the Senate passed a similar bill last year thousands of African Americans were murdered by white mobs in the U. S. south in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries the killers were rarely prosecuted and some two hundred previous efforts to make lynching a federal crime we built shelves were