From coast to coast—and in Squirrel Hill—hate crimes have become an all-too-familiar part of the American landscape, challenging law enforcement personnel—to discuss these challenges and to consider how to combat this disease in the body politic. Join the 

Post-Gazette as experts assemble to discuss potential solutions to this problem. 

Tuesday, February 26 | Heinz History Center| Free and open to the public

5:30 p.m. | Resource Center | 6:00 p.m. | Panel discussion

Parking provided in the Eleventh & Smallman lot across from the Heinz History Center.

Presented by 

David Shribman 

Moderator, Executive Editor Emeritus, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 

Esther Bush

President and CEO of the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh  

David Hickton

Founding Director, Pitt Cyber and Former U.S. Attorney  

Tony McAleer

Co-founder and Board Chair of Life After Hate

Roy Austin

Former Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice

Michael Lieberman

Director, Civil Rights Policy Planning Center of Anti-Defamation League

To attend, register below or call 412-263-1541. 

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