ROCKVILLE CENTRE, Nassau County (WABC) — Officials in Nassau County have announced a new effort to stop the spread of hate.

They are proposing a new law that would require all students in New York State to be taught exactly why the swastika and the noose are symbols of hate and intimidation.

Senator Todd Kaminsky, Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas and Assemblyman Charles Lavine unveiled the proposed legislation Tuesday in Rockville Centre.

“If we can educate our youngsters about the pernicious nature of these symbols, I’m confident those hate symbols and those acts will decrease,” said Singas.

They joined together to condemn recent acts of vandalism and support the proposed measure.

The bill would require specific instruction in the public school curriculum to explain the history and context

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