A racially motivated hate crime took place in Calgary on Sunday, March 21, when two young women were walking in Prince's Island Park. 

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A woman approached and bombarded them with racist slurs while they tried to walk away from her. 

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The attacker pushed one of the women, tore her hijab, and continued to punch her in the face and kick her in the stomach. 

The other woman wasn't physically harmed and the altercation was diffused by two men who were believed to be with the suspect. 

The woman was charged with "common assault, mischief and causing a disturbance in public," said a news release from the Calgary Police. 

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