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World Without Genocide

  • CAIR-Minnesota (CAIR-MN) 2511 E Franklin Ave Suite #100, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406 (map)

Genocide is the intent to exterminate, in whole or in part, a national, ethnic, racial, or religious group. Genocide does not happen overnight. Widespread hate-speech often precedes and accompanies mass atrocities. Leaders utilize ideologies of hatred to incite people to target innocent victims. Join us to learn about the use of hate speech and incitement during the genocides in Rwanda, Bosnia, and in the Holocaust. Examine incitement locally and globally today. Learn advocacy skills for city, state, and national action on policy and legislation:

Thursday, Oct, 24 - Panel: "Incitement, Hate, and Free Speech"
- Teresa Nelson, American Civil Liberties Union
- Don Simmons, Council on American-Islamic Relations – MN
- Anthony Sussman, Jewish Community Relations Council

Wednesday, Nov. 6 - Talk: "From the Nazis to the Neo-Nazis"
- Fred Amram, Holocaust survivor
- Dr. Ellen Kennedy, World Without Genocide

Tuesday, Dec. 10 - Talk: "Survival Sex: From Minneapolis to Rwanda"
-Colleen Striegel, Humanitarian HR
-Al Zdrazil, Rotary Club of St. Paul

Mitchell Hamline School of Law, Conservatory Room 147, 875 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105

$10 general public, $ students & seniors, free to Mitchell Hamline students, $25 for 2 CLEs for lawyers

To register visit:

Earlier Event: November 4
November Welcome Event
Later Event: November 8
Iraq Through Our Eyes: Reception