Responding to hatred
The FBI reports that more than 10,000 people last year claimed they were victims of a hate crime because of their race or ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, religion or disability. The Anti-Defamation League reports an all-time high of antisemitic incidents in the U.S. last year. We consider the stats and how to respond when you witness or are victimized by hate.
- John Esposito, Professor, International Affairs and Religion at Georgetown University
- Amina Barhumi, Acting Executive Director CAIR-Ohio
- Hillel Skolnik, Sr. Rabbi, Congregation Tifereth
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