Responding to Hate: Addressing bias incidents and hate crimes on campus

December 13, 2019
12:00 pm


Presenters in this webinar discuss hate and bias incidents occurring on campuses, and guide campuses to understand obstacles while creating comprehensive methods to respond.

Topics include:

  • trends of hate crimes and bias incidents,
  • ways it affects students and communities, and
  • provide tools to equip campuses to manage the impact while also understanding Freedom of Speech.

This webinar is based on a chapter in the recent book Queer People of Color in Higher Education by Dr. Joshua Moon-Johnson.

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Emily Prieto

Dr. Emily Prieto is a author, speaker, and consultant and most recently served as the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at UC Davis and as the Executive Director of the AB540 and Undocumented Student Center.

She has extensive experience in higher education, formerly serving as the director of the Latino Resource Center at Northern Illinois University. Dr. Prieto earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Community Rhetoric, and a master’s and PhD in Education from UC Davis.

She is also a graduate of U.C. Berkeley’s Executive Leadership Academy and has received two Fulbright Specialist grants administered by the U.S. Department of State to work with educators in Nigeria and Japan.

Joshua Moon Johnson

Dr. Joshua Moon Johnson serves as the Dean of Student Services, Equity Programs & Pathways at American River (Community) College. 

He has published three books; his first book, Beyond Surviving: From Religious Oppression to Queer Activism was a #1 Best-seller on for Gay & Lesbian Activism. Joshua's newest book is Queer People of Color in Higher Education. 

Joshua also served as the Assistant Dean/Director of the Multicultural Student Center at UW-Madison and as the Director of the LGBT Center at the UC-Santa Barbara. Joshua received a doctorate in higher education and LGBT studies, a master's in student affairs, and a master’s in Marketing. Joshua is a former chair of the NASPA (Student Affairs in Higher Education) MultiRacial Knowledge Community. Joshua has presented more than 35 national presentations and regularly serves as a trainer, consultant, and keynote speaker.

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