North Central College - Naperville, IL

Anti-Hate Week runs Oct. 27-31

This year’s student-run Anti-Hate Week runs Oct. 27-31 and features a film, hunger banquet, panel discussion, music, poetry and more.

This year’s Anti-Hate Week runs Oct. 27-31 and includes a film, hunger banquet, panel discussion, music, poetry and more. Started by students in 1998, Anti-Hate Week is a week-long campaign designed to educate and raise awareness about various forms of oppression and discrimination. All the following events are free to students:

Monday, Oct. 27: Documentary screening and discussion of “Dancing in Jaffa
6:30 p.m., Harold and Eva White Activities Center (WAC), Fireside Room

Anti-Hate Week features courtroom drama “Defamation” on Oct. 28

North Central College welcomes the touring production “Defamation,” where the audience becomes the jury, and other events as part of annual Anti-Hate Week.

Among several events during North Central College’s 2013 Anti-Hate Week, Oct. 28-Nov. 2, is the touring production of “Defamation,” written by Todd Logan and presented on Oct. 28.

A free event, “Defamation” begins at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 28, in North Central’s Wentz Concert Hall. The play presents a dilemma that leads to a riveting courtroom encounter with audience members as jurors and challenges our preconceived notions about race, color, religion and even the law.

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