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Canary in the Coal Mine: The Dangerous Normalization of Antisemitism in Canadian Society.

by Aliya Dalfen on 2022-11-07T16:00:33-05:00 in Equity & Inclusion Dialogues, Collections Spotlight | Comments

On Tuesday November 15th from 1pm – 3pm, Dr Neil Orlowsky will present a workshop entitled Canary in the Coal Mine: The Dangerous Normalization of Antisemitism in Canadian Society. 

From conspiracy theories and fake news to the distortion of the Holocaust and the demonization of the Jewish people, what happens when “othering” becomes a societal norm? This session will introduce participants to the need to recognize and reject antisemitism and other forms of hate, intolerance, and discrimination while providing tools, techniques, and topics for exploration.

As part of Humber's Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Inclusion Dialogue 2022-23 series, Humber Libraries is highlighting additional resources related to the dialogues.


Selected readings on antisemitism and othering:

Cover ArtA History of Antisemitism in Canada by Ira Robinson, 2015.

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