Download Supporting Materials — Bias, Hate, and Free Speech
Extremist Tactics on Campus
White supremacists are targeting college campuses via the distribution of literature, speaking engagements and trolling/harassment efforts.
Increase Reporting of Bias and Hate Incidents
Suggestions for increasing awareness of systems and removing barriers to hate-bias incident reporting on your campus.
Bias and Hate Incidents
What is a bias or hate incident? What are some recent themes?
Escalation of Bias and Hate
Learn about the ways in which bias can escalate toward hate if not addressed. Tools include, the “Pyramid of Hate” model, a glossary of terms, and known hate symbols.
Free Speech on Campus
Administrators navigate the complex responsibility of responding unequivocally to bias and hate, while safeguarding free speech and academic freedom. Find answers to frequently asked questions and guidelines for managing controversial speakers.
Download Free Speech FAQ | Download Checklist for Managing Controversial Speakers
Law Enforcement Best Practices
Law enforcement on college and university campuses operates in a unique and complex environment, ensuring safety, and building community within an educational institution. Consider these relationship-building, training, and communication strategies.
ADL provides in-person programs to work with your administrator and law enforcement teams. Locate your closest ADL office and find out more about navigating hate, bias, and free speech on campus.