From “unconscious bias” to dealing with organized hate groups, deploy my 3 Step No-Hate Process. to counteract hate. Become 1. aware, 2. sensitive, and 3. I have spent my 33 years as a coach and trainer teaching how to prepare yourself, your workplace, and your community to overcome bias and hate. My keynotes and workshops are a legacy of my father, a World War II US military intelligence officer assigned to interrogate Nazi prisoners of war (To see his letters, check out my book, The Liberator’s Daughter) and my own work dealing with the Neo-Nazi movement following the 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing.
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Who will benefit from this keynote address and accompanying coaching?
- Civic Leaders
- Nonprofit Executives
- Student Activists
- Government Representatives
Hate is on the rise and Hate crimes jumped by nearly 20 % in major U.S. cities in 2017, after increasing nationally by 5 % in 2016, according to police data compiled by the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University at San Bernardino.
Counteracting Hate is a growing concern on campuses, in the workplace, and in our communities. I specialize in strategies that help individuals and groups work together to create a positive environment. The 3-step sequential process builds skills that counteract Hate. The process is especially relevant given the presence of Hate groups online, their ability to influence cultural norms, and their impact of diverse communities that are targeted by these groups.
Participants in the 3 Step No-Hate Process will learn how to …
Step #1 – Develop Awareness: Recognize the emerging trends in hate groups today. Understand the recruitment strategies of hate groups and their appeal.
Step #2 – Expand Cultural Sensitivity: Increase knowledge of the diverse targets of Hate and appreciate their cultural contributions and value.
Step #3 – Solidify Competence: Learn how to combine Awareness & Sensitivity for individual ownership of the Process. Develop an action plan to develop confidence and maximize the No-Hate Process for counteracting Hate.
Deborah Levine is an award-winning author of 11 books, Editor-in-Chief of the American Diversity Report, and host of the ADR Podcasts. She has 33 years experience in diversity training and Thought Leadership coaching. Her experience includes dealing with hate groups following the Oklahoma City Bombing as the community Liaison for the Tulsa Jewish Federation. Deborah has a Bachelor’s in Cultural Anthropology, Master’s degrees in Urban Planning and Religious Studies, and Research Fellowships in Arts & Culture. She founded the Southeast Women’s Council on Diversity, and duPage/Chicago Interfaith Resource Network. Her pioneering work has been recognized by the TN Economic Task Force on Women, American Planning Association/Chicago, and DiversityBusiness.com.
Contact me and let me know how I can assist you. It would be an honor to boost religious literacy in your workplace and develop sustainable strategies.