The performance of From Prejudice to Love: "Hate Speech" Monologues will take place on March 25 at 7 PM in the Nador 15 Auditorium. All of you are welcome to this artistic and civic event that aspires to make sense of prejudices and responses to them. The performance will be followed by a discussion in the Auditorium and a reception. Please feel free to invite friends, and share this Facebook event.
Please see this short video about the performance:
The From Prejudices to Love: "Hate Speech” Monologues is a participatory theatrical performance. It is also one of the few artistic and conversational platforms where students, other members of the CEU community and the public reflect on prejudices and discrimination (as well as responses to them) in ways that engage them personally and academically.
The "Hate Speech” Monologues was invented (as an optional part of his Department of Public Policy course on Enabling Policies for Responding to "Hate Speech" in Practice) and has been conceived and directed by free speech scholar and performer Peter Molnar since 2012 and so far has been performed by CEU students and Molnar himself.
The event will be live-streamed at https://videosquare.ceu.edu/en/live/details/239,From_Prejudice_to_Love_Hate_Speech_Monologues