History of Hate: Getting a Grip in Order to Move Ahead
Renee Vaugeois, John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights
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According to Stats Canada, hate crime in Alberta rose 39% in 2015, the highest increase seen across the country. In order to grapple and deal with hate however, it is important to understand its historical foundations. This study circle plan, developed by Renee Vaugeois and the John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights, will engage participants in learning and discussing our complex history, with a focus on Alberta, and reflect on how this history manifests in communities today. We will engage in a reflection on how we as individuals can respond and act towards hate in our communities.
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