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Confronting Hate: Strategies for Prevention, Accountability, and Justice
For far too long in this country, acts of hate have harmed lives and terrorized communities. These threats have only grown more severe in recent years.

Please join the U.S. Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division for this important and timely convening about how we can all work together to address the scourge of hate-motivated violence and discrimination. This virtual conference will include discussions about the rise of hate activity, online hate, the recently released 2020 hate crimes statistics, and the role of criminal, civil, and community responses to acts of hate.

Featured speakers include Attorney General Merrick B. Garland and Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Kristen Clarke.

Oct 25, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Privacy Act Statement

Pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 552a(e)(3), this Privacy Act Statement serves to inform you of the following concerning the collection of the information presented and obtained during the course of the program scheduled for October 25, 2021 at 11AM to 3:30 PM. 

A. Authority

The Civil Rights Division enforces several federal statutes and court decisions in a diverse array of cases, and conducts outreach as part of that work. In addition, the Division is conducting outreach and public education to implement Executive Order 13985, which charges federal agencies with affirmatively advancing equity, civil rights, racial justice, and equal opportunity. 

B. Purpose

The Civil Rights Division is recording this event to support its outreach efforts, learn from the public about the impact of current civil rights issues, inform the public about its work, and otherwise carry out its responsibilities under the Executive Orders and statutes it enforces. 

C. Uses 

The Civil Rights Division may use all or part of the footage from this event to inform the public about its outreach activities and civil rights issues. This may include posting the entire video on the Department of Justice's and Civil Rights Division's websites, posting clips from the session to the Department's or Division's social media feeds,  providing clips to news or reporting agencies, and/or using pictures from the event in its guidance or outreach materials. 

D. Consequences of Failure to Consent to Recording

The Zoom platform used for this event will advise you that the program is being recorded. You do not have to consent to the recording. However, if you do not consent you will not be able to participate in this event.