Webinar: Stronger than Hate – Resources and Solutions

On May 1, 2020, the USC Pacific Asia Museum, in coordination with other USC departments, hosted a webinar discussing the rise of violent hate crimes against individuals of Asian and Jewish heritages during the COVID-19 pandemic. The webinar, “Stronger than Hate: Resources and Solutions at USC,” was developed to summon the social courage to confront the rise in hate. Confronting hate means creating spaces where communities feel physically safe and where human connection transcends the trauma inflicted by hate.

Speakers include:
USC Pacific Asia Museum: Bethany Montagano, PhD
USC Office of Wellbeing and Education, Office of the Provost: Quade Yoo Song French, PhD
USC Campus Wellbeing and Crisis Intervention: Patrick Prince, Associate Vice Provost of Threat Assessment and Management
USC Price: Erroll Southers, DPPD, Director of the Safe Communities Institute
USC Department of Public Safety: Josh Voyda, Intelligence and Threat Manager
USC Shoah Foundation: Stephen Smith, PhD, Executive Director
USC TIX/OED: Kegan Allee-Moawad, Assistant Director
USC Center for Work and Family Life: Linda Snouffer, Director

Find additional resources on the USC Pacific Asia Museum website.

Safe Communities Institute

The Safe Communities Institute (SCI) at the USC Price School of Public Policy continues a more than 60-year tradition of research, interdisciplinary education, and collaboration to advance sustainable “whole-of-community” public safety strategies, policies, and programs. SCI takes a holistic approach to encouraging and informing public safety efforts through collaboration between all public safety disciplines and the communities they serve.

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