College shooter: The memes of the day

As the nation continues to mourn the death of a student killed by a lone gunman at an Arizona college, the state is turning its attention to a broader trend.

In a move that will be seen as a wake-up call to law enforcement, Pennsylvania has launched a campaign to fight the spread of “hate crime memes.”

The campaign is titled “Make It Right” and will be launched in schools and communities across the state by the American Civil Liberties Union and the Pennsylvania State University.

The campaign calls for people to share their personal stories of hate crimes and the “tremendous pain” that they have caused in their communities with the hashtag #MakeItRight, which will be used to send a message to the world that these incidents of hatred will not be tolerated.

The “trends and trends” campaign, according to the ACLU, seeks to raise awareness of the fact that “the internet is a toxic and dangerous place for people of color and the LGBT community,” according to a press release.

The press release further said that the campaign will not target specific groups, but will instead seek to “push back on the silencing of voices and ideas that have the potential to heal communities.”

The push comes as the Pennsylvania legislature has begun considering a bill that would create a statewide registry of hate crime crimes.

The bill, which is being held in the state’s Senate and Assembly, would create the National Registry of Hate Crime Reports.

While many other states have passed hate crime legislation, the bill was never fully adopted by the state legislature.

This year, Governor Tom Wolf, who was previously a Republican, announced a bipartisan proposal that would make it easier for police departments to share information on hate crime incidents with the state.