Human Rights with Guest Speaker Arjun Singh Sethi
People are targeted across this country because of who they are and what they believe. Vicious intimidation and cyber trolling; vandalism and arson of houses of worship; assault or even murder on your own doorstep. Hate is proliferating and spiking, so how do we combat it? Arjun will take you to the front lines and show you how survivors are rebuilding and resisting, how local communities and allies are supporting them, and what you can do to take on bias and hate.
Arjun Singh Sethi is an internationally recognized human and civil rights lawyer, writer, activist, and professor. He has worked closely with communities targeted by hate, state violence, and surveillance for more than a decade. His essays have appeared in The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and CNN, and he is featured regularly on national radio and television. Arjun holds faculty appointments at Georgetown University Law Center and Vanderbilt University Law School and co-chairs the American Bar Association’s National Committee.
Zoom webinar: https://wctc.zoom.us/j/9207343211