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2022 Eradicate Hate Global Summit Logo

The Summit was more than empty words – it made clear that a solution-driven approach is the only way to fight hate. That’s why the working group activities, which are results driven are going to be critical in defeating violent extremism. The Summit brought together the best minds in government, private sector, academia, and civil society. Being surrounded by these experts sparked new ideas – some of which I’ve already implemented or have written about.

Jason Blazakis
Jason Blazakis Professor of Practice and Director of Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism, Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS)

Join us in Pittsburgh September 27-29, 2023

Summit Content Library

We have compiled an extensive video library from the 2021 and 2022 Eradicate Hate Global Summits.  The library also includes an interview series of selected Summit participants discussing a variety of important subject matters.

The State of Hate

Hate-fueled violence of all kinds continues to impact communities around the world. This panel will address recent incidents and trends involving hate precipitated by actors motivated by various kinds of hate – anti-Semitic, anti Black, anti-Asian, anti-Muslim, anti-LGBTQ+, anti-Asian, anti-women, and more.
Moderator: Mark Nordenberg, Co-Chair, Eradicate Hate Global Summit, Chancellor Emeritus and Chair of the Institute of Politics, University of Pittsburgh
Speaker 1: Oren Segal, Vice President, Center on Extremism, ADL
Speaker 2: Sasha Havlicek, CEO, Institute for Strategic Dialogue
Speaker 3: Amy Spitalnick, CEO, Jewish Council for Public Affairs
Speaker 4: Derika B. Sutton, FBI
Speaker 5: Stephen Piggott, Western States Center