Linda Woolf, a Professor of Psychology and International Rights at Webster University, will discuss “The Many Faces of Hate” during a Monday, November 19, talk at the Holocaust Museum & Learning Center (12 Millstone Campus Drive).
In the United States, the destructive forces of enmity are sparking everything from a rise in hateful rhetoric and random hate crimes to an increased number of active extremist groups.
What is so attractive about hate? What needs does it meet for individuals and groups? How are hate groups recruiting so easily? Woolf will discuss these issues, but most importantly, will discuss what everyone can do to counter the rise of hateful extremism.
The talk will begin at 1 p.m. RSVP to Lory Cooper at 442-3711 or LCooper@JFedSTL.org.