Screening of PBS Frontline Documentary, Documenting Hate: Charlottesville, followed by panel discussion. Free to the public.
Sponsored by: Earl Babbie Research Center, Department of Peace Studies, Department of Sociology, OC Human Relations Commission, Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education, Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
- Gustavo Arellano, Chapman University graduate, former publisher and editor of OC Weekly, and the author of the nationally syndicated column ¡Ask a Mexican! along with the book of the same name (Scribners 2008) and the books Orange County: A Personal History(Scribners, 2008) and Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America (Scribners, 2012)
- Pete Simi, Chapman University Director of the Earl Babbie Research Center and Associate Professor of Sociology; member of the National Consortium in Studies of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START); co-author of an award-winning book American Swastika: Inside the White Power Movement’s Hidden Spaces of Hate
- Stephanie Takaragawa, Associate Dean of Wilkinson College and Associate Professor of Sociology; founding member of the curatorial collective Ethnographic Terminalia; past president of the Society for Visual Anthropology (2015-2017)
- A.C. Thompson, staff reporter with ProPublica, producer and correspondent for the PBS documentary series Frontline; fictionalized portrayal of his life featured on the HBO show Treme
- Moderator, Dr. Lisa Leitz, Associate Professor and Chair of the Peace Studies Department at Chapman University and affiliated with the Sociology Department; author of Fighting for Peace: Veterans and Military Families in the Anti-Iraq War Movement; Iicoming editor of the social science book series Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change