Home as a Synonym for Hatred: Lessons Learned from Charlottesville

Oct 17, 2017

Watch a replay of our October 2017 Diversity Insights Breakfast, “Home as a Synonym for Hatred: Lessons Learned from Charlottesville.

Presenters: Wes Bellamy, Charlottesville, Virginia  |  John Unsworth, University of Virginia  |  Juan Wade, City of Charlottesville School Board and Albemarle County Social Services  |  Brenda Brown-Grooms, New Beginnings Christian Community  |  Dr. Artika Tyner, University of St. Thomas

On August 11-12, every ilk of the “alt white”, Klansmen, fascists, white supremacists, invaded the small, progressive, college city of Charlottesville, VA and the University of Virginia. The name has become synonymous with racial strife. Join university, city, and county leaders as they share and assess what happened.

Compelling questions we addressed at this event: What happened and why did it happen? How did the “alt-white” pull it off? How can your institutions and localities prevent these sieges of hatred?

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