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Project Safety Net: Detoxifying Hate on the Internet and Social Media

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September 28, 2017

7:00 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.

Room 113, Ford Life Sciences Building, McNichols Campus

The Michigan Coalition for Human Rights is advocating for Project: Safety Net. Its goals are to:

  • Reclaim the Online Debate Space
  • Combat Cyberbullying
  • Correct the Narrative
  • Empower Young People to Fight Hate in Familiar Platforms
  • Advocate and Assert Human Rights as Antidote to Hate

Dr. Saeed Khan will present on Project Safety Net, with a responding panel consisted of: Adonis Flores from Michigan United, Asha Noor from CAIR and Barbara Jones from Center for Peace and Conflict Studies WSU.

Khan is a Lecturer in Near East & Asian Studies and Global Studies, and  Research Fellow at the Center for Study of Citizenship, both at Wayne State University. He also teaches for University of Detroit Mercy's Islamic Studies Program. 

This event is co-sponsored by the James Carney Latin American Solidarity Archive (CLASA) and Michigan Coalition for Human Rights (MCHR). These events count toward the Emerging Leaders Program [+ 1 Engagement & Learning Event]. For more information, contact CLASA Director Gail Presbey at 313-993-1124 or presbegm@udmercy.edu. See the CLASA website for updates, including additional speakers and events. 

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Contact: Gail Presbey, director, CLASA
Phone: 313-993-1124
Email: presbegm@udmercy.edu
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