How to Challenge Resurgent Hate Groups
Join YWCA Delaware for a special Investor’s Cabinet event, Tuesday, January 30, 6pm at Theatre N Nemours. The event will feature a dynamic panel discussion on how to challenge the rise of hate groups, while keeping our basic freedoms intact. Eyewitnesses to the hate marches in Charlottesville, activists, constitutional law scholars, and religious leaders will examine the issue from multiple perspectives.
Tickets $17, register online http://bit.ly/AntiHateGroup
Contact: Matt Pillischer firstname.lastname@example.org
$2 parking at the Park BPG Garage (1101 N Orange Street, bring ticket inside for validation) Light refreshments provided.
Co-sponsored by Islamic Society of Delaware, Islamic Society of Delaware (ISD), Zakat Foundation, Zakat Foundation of America, ZF Center, Food Not Bombs NCCo Food Not Bombs- New Castle, Siegel JCC.
- Erin Daly, Esq. Professor of Law and co-founder of the Dignity Rights Project at Delaware Law School.
- Rabbi Malkah Binah Klein Community leader, ritual facilitator, and beloved teacher of spiritual practices based in Philadelphia
- Daryle Lamont Jenkins Founder of the organization One People’s Project.
- Claire Rasmussen, PhD is Professor of Political Science, Women and Gender Studies, and Legal Studies at U.D
Moderator: Matt Pillischer Director of Racial & Social Justice, YWCA Delaware