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The University of Wisconsin La Crosse has partnered with Anti-Defamation League's Hate/Uncycled initiative to provide students, faculty, staff, and administrators with educational programming designed to combat hate and bias incidents on college campuses.

About the ADL

Founded in 1913 in response to an escalating climate of antisemitism and bigotry, ADL's long-standing mission is to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment for all. Today, ADL continues to fight all forms of hate with the same vigor and passion. A global leader in exposing extremism, delivering anti-bias education, and fighting online hate, ADL's ultimate goal is a world in which no group or individual suffers from bias, discrimination, or hate. Through ADL's Hate/Uncycled program, campus administrators, campus safety teams, staff, faculty, and students are more fully equipped to understand and challenge bias on their campuses, work toward inclusive campus climate policies and practices, and respond effectively to bias or hate incidents should they occur.

About Hate/Uncycled

Hate/Uncycled is ADL's model for preventing and responding to bias and hate incidents. The framework encourages campus communities to think about bias incidents through the lenses of prevention, preparation, response, healing, and education.


Upcoming Educational Opportunities

Course: New Student Orientation, New and Transfer Students 

Format: Self-paced online interactive modules delivered through Canvas. Approximately 45 minutes to complete all modules.

Audience: First year students or transfer students

Snapshot: Engages new students on the topics of identity and inclusion, bias incidents, and free speech. Participants will learn about social identity including pronouns, why identity matters in college, how to report bias incidents, the history of free speech on college campuses, and counter speech tools designed to foster dialogue in response to bias and hate speech.  

Course: Identifying and Challenging Bias in Ourselves, in Others, and in Systems (Employees)

Format: A three week class that meets on Zoom with asynchronous content on Canvas. Class sessions are two hours each, once a week.

Snapshot: Helps participants build the knowledge, skills, and mindset to recognize, understand, and challenge bias. Participants will consider how bias impacts the campus community and learning environments and be prepared to contribute to policies and practices grounded in the principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.  

Three sections offered spring '23. Each class section has a maximum capacity of 30 people.

Section 1: April 5, 12, 19 (Wednesdays); 1pm-3pm

Section 2: May 22, 24, 26, 10am-Noon

Section 3: June 1, 8, 15 (Thursdays); 9am-11am

Contact Tara Nelson at to register for a course

Hate/Uncycled is supported by the Center for Transformative Justice, Residence Life, and Title IX