Videos from past events and conferences
Gonzaga Core Integration Seminar INDS 432 Why People Hate
This class is being taught this spring to 60 students working with 10 community organizations to provide greater access to the Spokane Hate Report. The class was first offered in 2010.
Gonzaga ORGL 689 Leadership Strategies to Counter Hate
This class is taught in summers. During the Summer 2021 offering, students will be providing leadership to counter hate through public history research to expand the stories of Spokane marginalized communities that will be used for a fall MOSAIC pilgrimage with Mission and Ministry and take these skills into their own communities for future impact. The class was first offered in 2018.
2021 Fig Tree Benefit
March 5 and 10, 2021, Dr. Hoover joins with community leaders in support of the Fig Tree at their Annual Benefit.
2021 Fig Tree Benefit
March 5 and 10, 2021, Dr. Hoover speaks to the importance of local journalism and telling people's stories at the 2021 virtual Fig Tree benefit.
In Solidarity with Temple Beth Shalom
In response to the February 2021 desecration at Spokane's Temple Beth Shalom, GIHS partnered with Faith Leaders and Leaders of Conscience to create a community statement of support and solidarity through this video reel.
The Dream Deferred: Discussions on MLK's Legacy in This Moment
Gonzaga students, staff and faculty were invited to join Ron Large, Inga Laurent, Bernadette Calafell and Kristine Hoover for informal discussion and support at the virtual event organized by the Gonzaga Institute of Hate Studies on January 18, 2021.
International Day of Peace and Eva Lassman Take Action Against Hate Awards (Virtual)
September 21, 2020. In celebration of the annual international event, the 2020 theme was "Oneness of Humanity & Racial Harmony." Organized with One Peace Many Paths with keynote speaker Ann Dinan from the Peace Leadership Institute and partnering with the Gonzaga Choir.
Aneelah Afzali (MAPS-AMEN) and Pastor Terry Kyllo (Neighbors in Faith), Wolff Auditorium
October 2, 2019. Ms. Afzali and Pastor Kyllo address the Islamophobia industry that turns the hearts and minds of people against one another, paving the way for a more divided, fearful future. Their talks build a future based on our shared values and vision for America.
Pastor Kyllo's presentation
Aneelah Afzalki's presentation
2019 International Conference on Hate Studies Welcome Plenary: Consortium of National and International Academic Resources
Ken Stern, Bard Center for the Study of Hate (Bard College at Annandale-on-Hudson, NY), Brian Levin, Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism (California State University at San Bernardino, CA), Barbara Perry, Centre on Hate, Bias and Extremism (University of Ontario Institute of Technology at Oshawa, ON and International Network for Hate Studies) share the collaboration between centers and unique contributions. Gonzaga John J. Hemmingson Center Ballroom, April 3, 2019.
Prof. Kathleen E. Mahoney, Professor of Law at the University of Calgary and Queen's Counsel
Banquet keynote presentation on Canada's Aboriginal peoples' claim for cultural genocide and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada at the 2019 International Conference on Hate Studies, Gonzaga John J. Hemmingson Ballroom, April 3, 2019.
Dr. Ann Dinan, Peace Leadership Institute
Closing keynote presentation on Peace Leadership: The Antidote to Hate, Discrimination, and Prejudice through Interconnectedness and Gratitude at the 2019 International Conference on Hate Studies, Gonzaga John J. Hemmingson Auditorium) April 4, 2019.
20th Anniversary of the Founding of the Gonzaga Institute of Hate Studies
This program highlighted our challenges and victories in the struggle to stand against hate and stand for human rights, celebrating a landmark milestone - looking back on 20 years of work and looking ahead to an evolving role as a leader in the community. Gonzaga John J. Hemmingson Center Ballroom, October 12, 2018.
Nadine Strossen, Former president of the American Civil Liberties Union
Keynote presentation on Hate Speech versus Free Speech at the 20th Anniversary of the Founding of the Gonzaga Institute of Hate Studies, Gonzaga John J. Hemmingson Center Ballroom, October 12, 2018.
Luke Lavin, Dr. George Critchlow, Joan Iva Fawcett, Dr. Vic Gumbhir, GU Panel
Presenting on Complexities and Tensions between Free Speech and Caring at the 20th Anniversary of the Founding of the Gonzaga Institute of Hate Studies, Gonzaga John J. Hemmingson Center Ballroom, October 12, 2018.