Respond to Hatred

No Hate
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How Can We Respond to Hatred

The League of Women Voters of Orange Coast unites with people of goodwill in speaking out against the recent anti-Semitic actions of a group of young people from several local high schools at a private party last week and the subsequent sharing of this behavior on social media.

On Saturday March 30th from 1 - 3:30  pm join others in our community in a conversation about how we can come together to battle hate and foster respect, The event will be sponsored by the Orange County Interfaith Network and OC Human Relations and hosted by Christ Our Redeemer Methodist Episcopal Church, (45 Tesla, Irvine, CA 92618). map

Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris will convene the discussion,  which will include the following panelists: 
  • Lisa Armony – Director, Rose Project of Jewish Federation & Family Services
  • Farrah Khan – Executive Director, Newport - Costa Mesa - Irvine Interfaith Council
  • Rev. Mark Whitlock  –  Senior Pastor, Christ Our Redeemer AME Church
  • Laura Kanter – Director of Policy, Advocacy, and Youth Programs LGBTQ Center 

Community Meetings 

League members living in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District may also wish to attend a community meeting to be convened by the district and community partners on Thursday, March 7 at 6:00 p.m. at Corona del Mar High School.  A similar meeting was held at Newport Harbor High Monday, March 4, 2019.

Becky Newman, LWVOC President
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