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.
Moderator, Executive Editor Emeritus, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
President and CEO of the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh
Founding Director, Pitt Cyber and Former U.S. Attorney
Co-founder and Board Chair of Life After Hate
Former Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice
Director, Civil Rights Policy Planning Center of Anti-Defamation League
To attend, register below or call 412-263-1541.
© 2019 The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
RESOURCE CENTER INCLUDES
CAIR-Pittsburgh (Council on American-Islamic Relations, Pittsburgh Chapter)
CASA SAN JOSE
Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh’s Community Relations Council
Office of Mayor William Peduto: Welcoming Pittsburgh Initiative
PGH Equality Center