Join us on October 26, 2022 at 7:00pm for an hour-long session on online hate and antisemitism. Étienne Quintal, manager of the Online Hate Research and Education Program will provide a briefing on the proliferation of hate in online spaces, and will be joined by Audrey Licop of the Montréal Holocaust Museum for a Q & A.

This discussion will cover current issues regarding social media platforms, the promotion of Holocaust denial online, and the dissemination of hate using co-opted symbols.

Étienne will also discuss Hatepedia, an online educational platform which currently hosts Canada’s Hate Symbols List. This sheds light on symbolism used in hateful displays on and off-line. Hatepedia is an online resource centre built with original research to provide educators, parents, lawmakers, and researchers with tools to identify and counter the proliferation of online hate.

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