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The Normalization Of Hate

Oct 17, 2019

"Hate" is the imprecise word we use to describe a group of ideas that have moved out of the shadows of American public life and into its center ring.

At the core of these movements sits one common idea: that all people are not equal.

This hour, we discuss the challenges this moment poses to educators, politicians, business leaders and journalists as recorded live at Watkinson School in Hartford as part of Colin's Freshly Squeezed series.

GUESTS:

  • Steve Ginsburg - Director of the Anti-Defamation League's Connecticut Regional Office
  • Jennifer Herdt - Gilbert L. Stark professor of Christian ethics at Yale Divinity School
  • Molly Land - Professor of law at UConn School of Law
  • Richard Wilson - Gladstein chair and professor of anthropology and law at UConn School of Law

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