As we remember hate crime attacks this month in El Paso (August 3, 2019), Oak Creek (August 5, 2012), Tulsa (August 12, 2016), and Charlottesville (August 12,2017). NIOT, the Interfaith Conference of Milwaukee and our co-sponsors host family members who lost loved ones in a virtual conversation on changing hearts, minds and the law.
Watch our conversation with family members Pardeep Kaleka, son of Satwant Kaleka the president of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin; Susan Bro, mother of Heather Heyer of Charlottesville; Rick and Dawn Collins, whose son Richard was killed in a hate attack in Maryland; and Victoria and Rami Jabara, siblings of Khalid Jabara, who was killed in a hate crime attack by a neighbor in Tulsa.
These leaders shared stories of loss, hope and a call to action. They talked their activism, the challenges of hate crime reporting and prosecution, and the value of community action in support of families and individuals targeted by hate.
Learn more about The Jabara-Heyer No Hate Act bill to improve hate crime reporting and prevention, and what you can do to prevent hate crimes in your community.
Co-Hosts and Moderators
Pardeep Kaleka - Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee, Executive Director
Patrice O'Neill - Not In Our Town, CEO/Executive Producer
Presented by Not In Our Town and the Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee
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