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Dangerous Words: Confronting Hate Speech that Can Incite Genocide

When: Wed., Sept. 21, 7-8:30 p.m. 2016

Public Program United States Holocaust Memorial Museum What gives hate speech the power to incite mass violence? The former deputy director and chief historian at the Department of Justice Office of Special Investigations, now a Museum historian, will discuss where dangerous speech is occurring today and strategies for countering its impact. Speaker Dr. Elizabeth White, Museum Historian and Former Deputy Director and Chief Historian, Department of Justice Office of Special Investigations Co-presented with the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage

Price: $12 for general admission or $6 for members of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum or the Maltz Museum

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