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Defining Hate Community Training

  • White Oak Community Center 1700 April Lane Silver Spring, MD, 20904 United States (map)
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The past few years have seen an increase in hate crimes across the country. This training will discuss what that trend looks like on the national and local levels and review what constitutes a hate crime. We will provide a legal overview of the relevant federal and state laws, and what to do if you experience or witness hate. The training will include hypotheticals and group discussions. Coffee will be provided.

If you cannot attend on this date, we will be hosting the same training at the Gwendolyn Coffield Community Center on March 10. Check our calendar for details.

This module is facilitated by representatives of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, a nonpartisan nonprofit that launched the Stop Hate Project to support community leaders, law enforcement, and organizations in combating hate.

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We are conducting this training as part of a year-long training series to promote more consistent and thorough responses to hate and bias in Montgomery County. The series features four themed modules in the Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall.


Maryland Delegate Jared Solomon ✧ Montgomery County Council Members Evan Glass, Tom Hucker, Will Jawando, Nancy Navarro, and Hans Riemer ✧ CASA ✧ DC Peace Team ✧ Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under the Law ✧ Montgomery County Civil Rights Coalition ✧ Montgomery County Council of PTAs ✧ OCA-Greater Washington DC Chapter ✧ Our Voices Matter ✧

Earlier Event: December 8
CUAH YCC Training/Mentoring Session
Later Event: March 10
Defining Hate Community Training