MADISON, WISCONSIN; August 17, 2020 – We Are Many United Against Hate will be hosting this very timely and much needed nationwide virtual discussion on Wednesday, August 19, 2020 from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. central time. It’s free and open to the public, elected officials, law enforcement and news media. Panelists will include experts on hate crimes (Professor Brian Levin, California State University, San Bernardino) and domestic terrorism (Daryl Johnson, Owner, DT Analytics). There also will be personal stories from a hate crime victim (Toshiana Northington) and a former white nationalist (Derek Barsaleau), both from Wisconsin. The interactive panel discussion will be moderated by John Stofflet, a veteran TV news anchor at NBC 15, followed by Q&A from the audience, and then Call to Action. Those wishing to participate in this online Zoom conference are asked to register at https://www.united-against-hate.org/event/.
The program is sponsored by various individuals, statewide organizations, media, and businesses including Madison Magazine; WISC -TV3; Scholz Nonprofit Law LLC; Jessica and Jim Doyle; McFarland School District; Madison Area Technical College; Office of Dane County District Attorney; Amber Indian Cuisine; NBC 15; WKOW; Jewish Community Relations Council of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation; Paul and Margaret Summerside; Summerleigh Associates; The Tamara D. Grigsby Office for Equity and Inclusion; Freedom from Religion Foundation; Daar Engineering; Linda and Gene Farley Center for Peace, Justice Sustainability; Muslim Youth Association; and Forward Community Investments.