Join us January 20: Virtual Program to Examine Hate Crimes

program title, date, and timeThis free virtual event will take place Thursday, Jan. 20, 7-8:30pm via Zoom. REGISTER HERE.

Hate crimes continue to rise in the United States, and the St. Louis area is not immune. Increasingly, religious communities in our region are being targeted. Come hear how to mobilize against hate to protect our religiously diverse friends and neighbors.

This program will include stories from area religious leaders whose communities have confronted hateful acts. Security experts and law enforcement will speak about how to respond to and report threats of hate-based violence and share how to lawfully respond to protect houses of worship.

Speakers to include: Rabbi Susan Talve of Central Reform Congregation, Rev. Rodrick Burton of New Northside Missionary Baptist Church, Dr. Ghazala Hayat of the Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis, Scott Biondo from the Jewish Federation of St. Louis, Acting Assistant Special Agent in Charge, FBI St. Louis Division, Joshua Morrill.

Presented by Interfaith Partnership of Greater St. Louis and Central Reform Congregation

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