Community Outreach

HateBrakers work with schools and community organizations locally and around the globe to further develop advanced solutions like presentations, videos, exhibits, educational materials, and publications.

HateBrakers strive to expand the reach of these individuals both locally and globally through our programs, original interviews, a rich web site, social media, and the ever-growing network of Hatebrakers from all over the world.

Community is the garden in which we grow our children. For children to exhibit moral behavior, requires the education, acknowledgement, and promotion of hitting the brakes on the cycle of hate.

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If you would like a presentation or talk to be given at your school, workplace, or local area, please contact us!

Presentations

  • AIM High St. Louis, John Burroughs High School

  • B’nai Amoona

  • Barnes Jewish Hospital

  • Central Reform Synagogue

  • Communities in Unity

  • Delancey Street Foundation, San Francisco

  • Diversity Summit Awareness

  • Ethical Society

  • Facing History and Ourselves

  • Ferguson Public Library

  • Gatesworth Center

  • Holocaust Museum and Learning Center, St. Louis

  • Holocaust Survivors’ Group

  • Ladue Cares

  • Ladue Middle School

  • Lewis University, Chicago

  • Logos School

  • Nashville Community High School – Stop Hate Campaign, Nashville, IL

  • National Council for the Prevention of Drug and Alcohol Abuse (NCADA)

  • North County Technical High School

  • Operation Respect

  • Rotary Club

  • Rutherford School, Chicago

  • Shaare Emeth Congregation

  • Sigmund Freud Museum, Vienna

  • St Louis Central Library

  • United Nations, Vienna

  • University City Library

  • University of Missouri, St. Louis, School of Business

  • Washington University

  • Washington University Medical School

  • Webster University College of Arts and Sciences

  • Webster University Institute of Human Rights

  • Webster University School of Communications

  • Webster University, St. Louis

  • Webster University, Vienna

Exhibitions

  • Holocaust Museum & Learning Center – St. Louis

  • Delancey Street Foundation- San Francisco

  • United Nations – Vienna

  • Jewish Refugees Museum- Shanghai

Panels

  • St. Louis City Library – Racial Justice in a Post-Ferguson Word

  • Ferguson & North County Youth Panel – The Holocaust Museum

Community Collaboration

  • Ferguson Library Poetry Contest

Educational Projects

  • Ladue Middle School Poster Project (2013-2015)

  • Webster University Film Project

  • Webster University PR Project

Community Involvement

  • Ferguson Library Poetry Contest

 

If you would like a presentation or talk to be given at your school, workplace, or local area, please contact us!