Stronger Than Hate

Friday, May 1, 2020 at 2:00pm to 3:30pm

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Resources and Solutions at USC

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The novel coronavirus pandemic has Americans across the country fearful for their personal health and well-being, but for Asian Americans, the virus has stirred up another threat: a wave of verbal and physical attacks. While we employ social distancing to keep us safe from COV19, how do we prepare our USC community for widespread acts of individual bigotry when we reenter the world?

Our webinar, Stronger than Hate: Resources and Solutions harnesses the power of USC’s resources in the area of hate and extremism, outlining
tangible resources and real solutions to better help our community navigate the complex challenges presented by this crisis.

  • USC Pacific Asia Museum: Bethany Montagano, PhD, Director
  • Quade Yoo Song French, PhD Clinical Psychologist, Office of Well-being and Education, Office of the Provost
  • USC Campus Wellbeing and Crisis Intervention: Patrick Prince, Associate Vice Provost of Threat Assessment and Management
  • USC Price: Erroll Southers, DPPD, Director of the Safe Communities USC Shoah Foundation: Stephen Smith, PhD, Executive Director
  • USC Department of Public Safety: Josh Voyda, Intelligence and Threat Manager
  • USC TIX/OED: Kegan Alee-Mowad, PhD,
  • Associate Director of Student Civil Rights, Conduct and Compliance USC Center for Work and Family Life: Linda Snouffer, Director

Presented by USC Pacific Asia Museum
USC Price School -Safe Communities Institute
USC Shoah Foundation
OED Title IX

 

Event Type

Lecture / Talk / Workshop, Event Highlights

Audience

Students, Alumni, Faculty/Staff

Campus

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Department
Price School of Public Policy
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