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In Conversation with Sally Kohn: “The Opposite of Hate – A Field Guide to Repairing Our Humanity”

Date(s) - Apr 16
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Sally Kohn,  American liberal political commentator, community organizer, stops by to talk and toast the launch of her first book, The Opposite of Hate: A Field Guide to Repairing Our Humanity, a discovery of why we hate and how we can stop it at a moment when we are facing an epidemic of incivility and hate—with divisive political speech, online trolling, and hate crimes escalating.

“A stunning debut by a truly gifted writer–an eye-opening read for both liberals and conservatives—and it could not come at a better time.”–Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of Option B, with Sheryl Sandberg, and Originals



Previously, Sally was Senior Campaign Strategist with the Center for Community Change, a 45-year-old hub of grassroots organizations nationwide. Sally served as co-director of ideas and innovation for the Center, helping lead the pioneering Campaign for Community Values, producing a nationally televised Presidential candidate forum in 2008, developing a new media organizing project on health care reform in rural communities and spearheading several other initiatives.

Before that, Sally held a program fellowship at the Ford Foundation, helping to manage more than $15 million in annual grants to social justice organizations nationwide. She was also strategic advisor to the Social Justice Infrastructure Funders, a private network of 25 top program staff from some of the nation’s most prominent foundations, working to identify a shared strategy and coordinate grant-making.  Before that, Sally served as Executive Director of the Third Wave Foundation, the leading young women’s organization in the country.  She was also a distinguished Vaid Fellow at the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Policy Institute, where she published a groundbreaking guidebook for organizing campaigns to win domestic partnership benefits.  Sally also worked as a consultant with the Urban Justice Center, publishing a report on the experiences of gay youth in the New York juvenile justice system.

Sally received a joint degree in law and public administration from New York University and was a Root Tilden public service scholar at the New York University School of Law.  She received her undergraduate degree from George Washington University in D.C.  Originally from Allentown, Pennsylvania, Sally now resides in Brooklyn, New York, with her partner Sarah Hansen and their daughter Willa.


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