Additional Conference Event Information

/GUMainWebsite/Academics/Hate-Studies/conferences-events/img/iCOHS-new-webheader-sm.jpgiCOHS-new-webheader-sm.jpg4th Annual International Conference on Hate Studies

Events open to Gonzaga students, staff, and faculty, unless otherwise noted. * Indicates events open to the public. Events may be free, have an entry charge, and/or may require advanced registration.

2017 Additional Communities for Justice Event Information

Special thanks to the Kootenai County Task Force on Human Relations, Spokane County Human Rights Task Force, and the GU Center for Global Engagement and Institute for Hate Studies.


*Imagine Spokane Forums & Resource Fair
September 16, 2017
9:00am - 4:30pm
Hemmingson Center, Gonzaga University

Greater Spokane community organizations and community members are invited to participate in this Compassion Games event that highlights ongoing and innovative local efforts toward addressing poverty and creating a more compassionate, just and inclusive community. Organizers include One Peace Many Paths, SNAP, and Gonzaga Institute for Hate Studies. No Registration is required. Free with donations accepted. Open to the public.

*World Peace Flag Ceremony
September 21, 2017
Hemmingson Center Rotunda, Gonzaga University

Greater Spokane and Gonzaga community are invited to be a part of this colorful ceremony. The event inspires individuals to participate in a celebration of the oneness of life and the human family, rising above national boundaries, religion and ideologies. Organizers include One Peace Many Paths and Gonzaga Institute for Hate Studies No Registration is required. Free and open to the public.


*Exploring Privilege
October 9, 2017
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Hemmingson Center, Room 312
Organized/Sponsored in part by Gonzaga Office of Human Resources
Free and Open to the public

October 27, 2017
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Tilford Center, Room 107
Organized/Sponsored in part by Gonzaga Office of Human Resources
Free and Open to the public

What is privilege? Do I have privileges? This workshop will introduce employees to different types of privileges based in our identities, helping us to better identify privilege in our everyday lives. Through impactful activities and small group discussion, participants will gain an understanding of how privilege is around us daily and in our environment. This workshop will also explore how participants can utilize privilege for transformative social change in their jobs and community.

To register, please call 509-313-5996.

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