NOT ON MY CAMPUS: Countering Extreme Violence and Hate Locally
How can we identify, resist and counter radical extremism and hate in our community?
Join us for a special presentation on countering radical extremism and violence in our communities. Our distinguished speakers will explore why and how hate has risen in recent years, including violent extremist groups, and identify ways to combat this type of violence. Local resources and support will also be highlighted. Following the presentation, a panel discussion will include our speakers, campus police, student government, mental health professionals, and others. This event is free and light fare will be served. We welcome the campus community.
|John D. Cohen
Distinguished Professor of Professional Practice in Criminal Justice, Rutgers University-New Brunswick School of Arts and Sciences. Former Counter Terrorism Coordinator, U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security
President and CEO,
Childress Business Consulting, and Trainer for the Community Leader Countering Violence Extremism Training Program
|Dr. Natalie Bembry
Assistant Director, Office of Student Affairs, Teaching Instructor and Campus Coordinator for
Rutgers School of Social Work in Camden
FREE EVENT ▪ DOOR PRIZES ▪ LIGHT FARE SERVED ▪ PANEL DISCUSSION
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Date & Time
April 11, 2019
6:00 pm-8:30 pm
326 Penn St.