2019

Gonzaga News Service, March 13, 2019

 

‘Building Peace through Dialogue, Kindness, and Forgiveness’ 

SPOKANE, Wash. — With the FBI reporting a 17-percent spike in the number of U.S. hate crime incidents in 2017 compared with 2016, rising for the third consecutive year, the Gonzaga University Institute for Hate Studies will convene experts worldwide at the 5th International Conference on Hate Studies April 2-4 at the Hemmingson Center.

ReferenceGonzaga News Service. (2019, March 13). As Hate Crimes Rise Gonzaga Convenes International Conference April 2, 2019. Gonzaga University.  Access Online

 

The Gonzaga Bulletin, November 20, 2019

The end of November usually means going home and eating a considerable amount of food in the presence of friends and family.

Reference: Skokan, T. (2019, November 20). Community invites students staying at Gonzaga for Thanksgiving. The Gonzaga BulletinAccess Online

 
 

Spokane Public Radio, April 4, 2019

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, we spend a few moments at the Fifth International Conference on Hate Studies, held this week at Gonzaga University.

Reference: Nadvornick, D. (2019, April 4). Inland Journal, April 4, 2019: Gonzaga Hate Studies Conference. Www.Spokanepublicradio.orgAccess Online

 

The Spokesman- Review, April 1, 2019

Gonzaga University is hosting its fifth conference on the study of hate. Billed as “one of the world’s leading interdisciplinary academic forums on hate, related social problems and ways to create socially just and inclusive communities,” the conference will run Tuesday evening through Thursday afternoon in Gonzaga’s Hemmingson Center.

Reference: ‌‌Sokol, C. (2019, April 1). Gonzaga hosting hate studies conference Tuesday through Thursday The Spokesman-ReviewAccess Online

 

Associated Press News, May 26, 2019

SPOKANE — Nearly two decades after the Aryan Nations’ Idaho compound was demolished, far-right extremists are maintaining a presence in the Pacific Northwest. White nationalism has been on the rise across the U.S., but it has particular resonance along the Idaho-Washington border, where the Aryans espoused hate and violence for years.

Reference: ‌Geranios. N. (2019, May 26). Hate makes a comeback in the Pacific Northwest. Associated Press News.  Access Online

 

Spokane Public Radio, April 4, 2019

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, we spend a few moments at the Fifth International Conference on Hate Studies, held this week at Gonzaga University.

Reference: Nadvornick, D. (2019, April 4). Inland Journal, April 4, 2019: Gonzaga Hate Studies Conference. Www.Spokanepublicradio.orgAccess Online

 

Gonzaga News Service, October 19, 2020

Eva Lassman is a hero. She was not only a survivor of the Holocaust, but also an unyielding advocate for educating people about the genocide of 6 million Jews and 5 million people of other nationalities, religions and viewpoints under Nazi Germany during World War II. She was a member of the Spokane community, where she was a wife, mother, and holocaust educator. Her inspirational story is continued in many ways, including several awards in her honor that are given by the Gonzaga Institute for Hate Studies.

Reference : Gonzaga News Service. DPLS Students Earn Eva Lassman Student Research Award. Gonzaga University.  Access Online

 

Saint Ann Catholic- Spokane, March 22, 2019

St. Ann’s Father Patrick Baraza is one of the speakers at this interesting interfaith talk being held on Wednesday, April 10, 7pm, Room 143 – Randall Classroom @ Gonzaga University Law School.

Reference: Satancommunityblog (2019, March 22). Mary/Maryam: A Woman of Two Traditions – Wednesday, April 10, 7:00 PM. Saint Ann Catholic- Spokane.  Access Online