Posted on December 08, 2015, BY Matthew Beltz

Accomplished researcher of violence and hate, Professor Jack Levin will present a lunchtime workshop followed by conversation on Wednesday, Jan. 20, at noon in the Walls Lounge inside the Elaine Langone Center at Bucknell University. This lunch program is part of the activities being held for Martin Luther King Jr. Week at Bucknell.

This event is open to the public, however an RSVP is required to attend.

Prof. Levin's workshop is titled "What, Who & Why?: The Violence of Hate," and he will talk about his more than 25 years of research and what it has taught him regarding the violence of hate, especially the most irrational and despicable kinds. He will also share how the net result of this quarter century of study has taught him a number of significant lessons that help advance the beliefs that Martin Luther King Jr. espoused about violence.

Martin Luther King Jr. Week at Bucknell is a week's worth of programming presented by the President's Diversity Council. The theme of this miniseries is The Violence of Hate, and it is intended to engage our community in a conversation about Dr. King's legacy and philosophies, violence, and ways to address this seemingly intractable problem.

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