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  • Lesson 14 Rejecting Hate OnlineNEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • What makes you unique?NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • Most People Oppose Racism, and Hate Unfortunately, the minority that embrace hate is growingNEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • What drives the growth of hate groups? • Fear and uncertainty – some factors include: – The economic crisis – Terrorist attacks - 9/11 and other attacks around the world – Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, plus threats of more wars – The election of a black president in the U.S. – The fear in western nations, of a future where white Christians will no longer be in the majority NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIPContent Created by LOOKBOTHWAYS LLC iKeepSafe © All Rights ReservedMade possible by a grant from WebRoot October 2011
  • The internet’s role in racism and hate groups • Enables free or inexpensive content publishing and distribution = no cost barrier to create and distribute hate material • Makes it easy for people interested in joining hate groups to quickly find ones that match their particular brand of hate. NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIPContent Created by LOOKBOTHWAYS LLC iKeepSafe © All Rights ReservedMade possible by a grant from WebRoot October 2011
  • Individuals also commit hate crimes NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIPContent Created by LOOKBOTHWAYS LLC iKeepSafe © All Rights ReservedMade possible by a grant from WebRoot October 2011
  • You have a choice "Youre going to meet a lot of people in your life. Some of these people you may not like. Just because you dont like them doesnt mean you have to work against them.” - Tyler Clementis father NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIPContent Created by LOOKBOTHWAYS LLC iKeepSafe © All Rights ReservedMade possible by a grant from WebRoot October 2011
  • What’s your role? When it comes to hate, you’re either part of the solution or you’re part of the problem. NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIPContent Created by LOOKBOTHWAYS LLC iKeepSafe © All Rights ReservedMade possible by a grant from WebRoot October 2011
  • Takeaways • Hate needs an environment of fear and blame • The internet is used to disseminate hate and recruit the discontent • The internet enables and amplifies the actions of haters You’re either part of the solution or you’re part of the problem NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIPContent Created by LOOKBOTHWAYS LLC iKeepSafe © All Rights ReservedMade possible by a grant from WebRoot October 2011
  • This iKeepCurrent lesson is brought TM to you by iKeepSafe TMNEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP