The Anti-Defamation League is proud to present
ADL Fights Hate,
generously hosted by IndyFringe, IPL and the City of Indianapolis. Join us on Sunday, September 10, for a full day of workshops and activities for the entire family.
No Place for Hate ® Zone – 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Indy Eleven Theatre: The small theater will host informational booths, activities for younger children, story tellers, crafts, child-friendly programming, puppets, magic, and a special visit by the FBI.
Responding to Bullying – 10:00 a.m., Main Theater: ADL Education Professionals will discuss definitions of bullying, its impact on individual students and school communities, and what educators and families can do to prevent its escalation. Attendees will come away from the session with tools for preventing and intervening in bullying incidents.
Hate Crimes 101 – 11:30 a.m., Main Theater: ADL’s Civil Rights Professionals will discuss the impact of Indiana being one of only 5 states in our country without a hate crimes law, and why it is important that Indiana enact such a law. We will explore the issue of hate crimes in America – including discussing the unique nature and impact of hate crimes, the way in which hate crime laws operate, myths and facts about the issue, and the distinction between hate crimes and bias incidents.
Addressing Gender Bias in the Early-Childhood and Elementary-School Years – 1:00 p.m., Main Theater: We will focus on gender bias and its impact on individuals, schools, and communities. Participants will be given tools to engage in conversations around gender bias, gender identification, and transgender issues to create environments that are welcoming to all students and colleagues.
Confronting Anti-Semitism: From Words to Action – 2:30 p.m., Main Theater: Allison Rosenfeld, ADL Assistant Regional Director, will focus on empowering and equipping communities with constructive and effective strategies for responding to persistent antiSemitic stereotypes and incidents while fostering critical thinking and creative thought among participants.
Building an Ally – For Students and Groups of All Ages – 4:00 p.m., Main Theater: Join A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE ® Institute facilitators, who will provide participants with an opportunity to understand and reflect on what it means to stand up and advocate for others. Participants will work together to develop the skills to confront bias and bullying in their schools and communities through a hands-on, creative activity for people of all ages.