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Justice and Equity: Challenging Hate and Inspiring Hope

  • 04 Nov 2021
  • 6:30 PM (PDT)
  • 06 Nov 2021
  • 4:30 PM (PDT)
  • Virtual

  • Justice and Equity: Challenging Hate and Inspiring Hope for the Sixth Gonzaga International Conference on Hate Studies held virtually November 4-6, 2021. The conference opens on Thursday, November 4, with a 6:30 p.m. with a featured panel, continues all day Friday, and closes at 4:30 p.m. Pacific time on Saturday, November 6. Scholarships are available thanks to generous support from our sponsors. Students can register for free using the scholarship request and their school email. Click here to register.

    We invite you to share this message and the conference website (www.gonzaga.edu/icohs) with others who may be interested. Conference participants will hear from internationally renowned speakers, bridge theory and practice, engage in workshops and discussions, name the injustices of dehumanization in all manifestations, and reignite passions to address the “dis-ease” of hatred. Conference participants will receive a link to attend the four featured panel presentations and choose from many concurrent presentations, workshops, and roundtable discussions. 

    We are proud to announce special Saturday workshops for INW community members offering opportunities to learn about and experience Caucusing as a Social Justice Strategy, presented in partnership with JustLead Washington.

    Among others, there are also multiple workshops focusing supporting educators and classroom experiences.

  • ·         The Dialogic Classroom: Hope for the Future (Friday, November 5)
  • ·         Common Challenges and Shared Solutions: An Interdisciplinary Discussion about Teaching Diversity and Equity (Friday, November 5)
  • ·         Growing Up Culturally (Saturday, November 6)
  • ·         Perspectives on Race and Ethnicity (Saturday, November 6)
  • ·         In Someone Else’s Place (Saturday, November 6)
  • ·         Building Antiracist Leaders for the Future: The importance of ABAR work in early childhood learning (Saturday, November 6)
  • Additional concurrent session titles include:

  • ·         In Quarantine with Anne Frank: Fostering Empathy in a Global Pandemic
  • ·         Challenging Hate in America: Counterspeech versus Enforced Silence
  • ·         (Ex) extremists: Human rights and democracy
  • ·         Philanthropy and Hate Funding: The Current State of the Field
  • ·         COVID-19: A Pandemic of Cyberhate
  • ·         Mobilizing the White: White Nationalism and Congressional Politics in the American South
  • ·         Vicious Cycle of Isolation and Islamophobia
  • ·         From Hate Speech to Hate Crime: Correlation and Causation in Alt-Right Violence

Registration is open at www.gonzaga.edu/icohs. Living light registration rates, as well as scholarship requests, are available. Students are encouraged to register for (free) scholarships using their school emails. Registration includes all featured panels and access to the full range of concurrent presentations, workshops, roundtable discussions.  The conference is co-hosted by the Gonzaga Institute for Hate Studies, Spokane County Human Rights Task Force, and the Kootenai County Task Force on Human Relations. Sponsorship opportunities are available.

For more information, see www.gonzaga.edu/hatestudies or click here for the complete story.


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