Hate & Prejudice: What Forms of Hate-Related Behavior Occur in Maine, and What Can Be Done?
Hate-related behavior, racism and prejudice are all too prevalent in our world, as we saw in the New Zealand shootings. We look at what the climate is like in Maine, and what can be done to address hate, prejudice and discrimination in our state.
- Sen. Shenna Bellows, State Senator from Maine's District 14, and Executive Director of The Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine
- Rep. Rachel Talbot Ross, representing Maine House District 40, and has led several nonprofit organizations dedicated to social justice
- Prof. Abraham Peck, adjunct professor of history at the University of Southern Maine; his focus includes the history of the Holocaust and genocide
- Kerem Durdag, Chief Operating Officer of GWI
- Brian Levin, Director at the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism
- What is a hate crime?
- Hundreds Rally Against Hate In Lewiston: 'I Want To See The World In Peace'
- The FBI Hate Crimes Reported in Maine, but they may be misleading
- Hate groups in Maine - sourced from the Southern Poverty Law Center
- Maine Voices: Time for Maine to increase penalties for hate crimes
- 'Deplorable:' Bates College students say white supremacist signs were posted on campus
- You may contact the Maine Human Rights Commission to file an anonymous complaint
- Memory, Trauma, and the Generations of Genocide panel discussion at USM