ONLINEFighting Hate From Home: Lessons From a Hostage Crisis

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FBI Director Christopher Wray (Courtesy photo)

Join us for a special edition of ADL’s  ”Fighting Hate From Home” webinar series  as we discuss the hostage crisis in Colleyville, Texas, with Christopher Wray, director of the FBI, whose team played a key role throughout the crisis, and Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker of Congregation Beth Israel, who led his congregants to make a daring escape from the gunman after a tense 11-hour standoff watched by a nervous nation.

ADL Central Division VP Cheryl Drazin, who was on-site in Colleyville throughout the crisis to help coordinate support for the community, and CEO Jonathan Greenblatt will join Wray and Rabbi Charlie for an important conversation about what happened behind the scenes during the hostage crisis, how religious institutions and communities can take action to improve their safety and the roles that both law enforcement and communities of all faiths can play in joining together in times of crisis.

We will share insights on the alarming numbers of antisemitic incidents that are happening across the country, how they are being monitored and addressed and how we can all show a commitment to speaking out against antisemitism, extremism, hate and bigotry of all forms.

We want you to be part of the conversation, so please bring your questions  for the Q&A segment.

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