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Eliminate the Mass Killers

Eliminate the Mass Killers

By: Jack Levin My tongue is firmly planted in my cheek, yet this is no joke. On April 15, 2013, two Muslim brothers killed three spectators (and later, a police officer) near the finish line of the...

The Pursuit of Justice Conference

The Pursuit of Justice Conference

    Each year, the Pursuit of Justice Conference brings together scholars on the fore of hate studies to lead a discussion on crime and social justice. This year’s theme is “Understanding Hatred, Confronting...

Welcome back, students!

Welcome back, students!

It’s that time of year again– the shorts go to storage and the boots come out, and thousands of Northeastern students return to campus for another semester full of classes, co-op, extracurriculars, and of...

Barbara Gottschalk: Practitioner in Residence

Barbara Gottschalk: Practitioner in Residence

October 24-28, 2011 The Northeastern University Humanities Center’s Artists and Practitioners in Residence Program presented Barbara Gottschalk, co-founder of Seeds of Peace, for a week of panel discussions, forums, and workshops. Bobbie was a...

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T.I.D.E: The Wave of Change

T.I.D.E: The Wave of Change

The Teenage Interfaith Diversity Education Conference 2010 Date: May 28-31, 2010 The Interfaith Action’s Youth Leadership Program, in collaboration with the Brudnick Center for the Study of Violence and Conflict at Northeastern University in...

New Research Essay by Jack Levin

New Research Essay by Jack Levin

The Invisible Hate Crime The Miller-McCune March-April 2011 Hate crimes against people with disabilities are widespread and often involve extraordinary levels of sadism. Unlike racially and religiously motivated offenses, attacks against people with disabilities...

First Blog Entry

First Blog Entry

For more than 35 years, working with magazines like Rolling Stone, newspapers like The New York Times and websites like MSNBC, Roger Black has been developing ways to communicate content more effectively. Recently he...

Third World Views of The Holocaust

Third World Views of The Holocaust

Date: April 18-20, 2001 The long-term impact of the Holocaust is not confined to Western society. Half a century since the end of the Shoah, intellectuals, writers and scholars from Africa, Asia and Latin...