Registration is now closed for the 2019 Hate/Bias Symposium at UW-Madison on Tuesday, January 15th from 8am-4pm in Union South. The symposium is intended to provide a space for hate/bias response teams in higher education, to collaborate, build a network of support, grapple with current issues and hot topics, and develop best practices for building inclusive campus communities.
8:00-8:30am Registration & Breakfast
8:30-8:45am Welcoming Remarks
8:45-9:30am Keynote Speaker
When Hate and Bias Have a Home on Your Campus, Who is Responsible for the Eviction Notice?
9:40-10:50am Breakout Session 1
Option 1: LGBTQ+ Identities on Campus
Option 2: The First Amendment, Free Speech, and Hate Speech
Option 3: Responding to Incidents Involving Faculty
11:00-12:10pm Breakout Session 2
Option 1: Building Effective Hate/Bias Response Teams & Processes
Option 2: Art of Healing- What do students do with the pain caused by experiences of hate and bias?
Option 3: Starting at the Roots- Growing understanding of anti-Blackness and our capacity to create change
1:40-3:10pm Breakout Session 3
Option 1: Invisibility of Natives at PWI’s- Education as a tool of colonization in higher education
Option 2: Ableism, Interrupted
Option 3: An Introduction to the Three Tiers of Restorative Justice in Higher Education
3:20-4:00pm Coffee & Closing
*We value access and inclusion and work to ensure full participation. To discuss barriers you may encounter, or to request an accommodation, please contact email@example.com.