Bristol Stands Against Hate
A More Perfect Union: Bristol Stands Against Hate
An academic colloquium on understanding
The U.S. Department of Justice most recently reported a disturbing 17 percent rise in hate crimes. The country is also experiencing sharp polarization resulting in a divided nation. These trends are both an ominous backwards turn and an opening for a dark future for the United States and indeed the world. Bristol’s response is a year-long multidisciplinary colloquium aimed at raising awareness of how hatred can fracture all aspects of democracy and the common good.
Spotting Misinformation 101
Monday November 18, 11 a.m., Bristol Fall River, Room H210
Tuesday, November 19, 12:30 p.m., Bristol New Bedford, Room LL25
Presented by Emily Brown and Susan Souza-Mort, research librarians | Workshop
The words "fake news" get thrown around a lot. But what does that mean? Who creates it and how does it spread? How can you tell if that Twitter account is not a Russian bot, or if that Facebook meme someone just shared is not a sham?
Microaggressions in the Classroom: A Forum Theatre Piece
Presented by David Ledoux, Theatre Program director | Interactive performance
Science in Peril Lecture
Poetry Performance Culminating Event
For access to any of these events, please contact the Office of Disability Services at 774.357.2955 or ODSaccess@BristolCC.edu.
COLLOQUIUM COORDINATOR Farah Habib 774.357.2147 | Farah.Habib@BristolCC.edu