Dear community leaders,
You may have heard about next MONDAY’s exclusive community leadership briefing on the status of hate groups in the wake of charlottesville at Adath Israel Congregation from 3-5 p.m.
We’ve just learned that Joe Levin Jr., co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center and Oren Segal, the Director of the ADL’s Center on Extremism, will join two local FBI experts in the areas of counterterrorism and civil rights on this panel. When it comes to understanding the evolution of the white supremacist movement and the current local threat, these experts are top in their fields, nationally.
Don’t miss this timely opportunity to hear from internationally sought-after experts in this critical field, right here in Cincinnati. Space is limited, so please RSVP here now. Also, please forward this to your board members and other leaders in the community whom you think may benefit.
AJC Cincinnati, Holocaust and Humanity Center, Jewish Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, and SAFE Cincinnati invite Cincinnati community leaders to an exclusive briefing with high level experts from the ADL, FBI, and Southern Poverty Law Center.
Congregation Adath Israel
3201 E Galbraith Road
Cincinnati, OH 45236
Moderator: Dan Hurley, Interim Director, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Panel of Experts
Joseph J. Levin Jr., Co- Founder, Southern Poverty Law Center
Oren Segal, Director of the ADL’s Center on Extremism
Kevin Fisk, Supervising Special Agent, FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force
Ben Egan, Supervising Special Agent, FBI’s Hate Crimes Squad
In August, what has been referred to as one of the largest gatherings of white nationalists in recent times took place in Charlottesville, Virginia. The rally ended in violence, and showcased blatant displays of antisemitism, racism, and bigotry. Our guest experts, who monitor and respond to hate group activity, will provide a timely and contextual update on the status of these groups. They will also present practices and resources that can inform appropriate and effective responses to counter displays of hatred.
RSVP here or call 513.621.4020. Reservations required.