Elizabeth Moore has worked on anti-racist films, multimedia educational initiatives, and contributed to textbooks and a government report in an effort to educate people about the dangers of hate groups. Her most recent film, In God’s Keeping, is a personal exploration of her past as a Heritage Front spokesperson, and her possible future as a convert to Judaism. Elizabeth is currently exploring new ideas and developing avenues to continue her educational and artistic endeavors. If you would like to collaborate, please contact her!
PANEL ORGANIZER: November, 2018. (Details forthcoming).
PUBLICATION: Calling out hate groups doesn’t ‘give them oxygen’ — it prevents the hate from festering. Elizabeth Moore. Maclean’s Magazine, August 8, 2018.
PUBLICATION: Alexandre Bissonnette’s loved ones missed the signs. We can’t make that mistake again. Elizabeth Moore. Maclean’s Magazine, April 20, 2018.
PUBLICATION: Deradicalizing Racist Extremists. Elizabeth Moore. Educational brochure for the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General 2018 Hate Crime Training Conference. March, 2018.
DOCUMENTARY: In God’s Keeping. Directed by Elizabeth Moore. April, 2011.
PUBLICATION: Turning Away from Hate. Societal Issues Firsthand: Hate Crimes, edited by Laurie Willis. Greenhaven Press (Imprint of Thomson Gale), 2007.
MULTIMEDIA PROJECT INTERVIEW & CONSULTANT: Choose Your Voice
PUBLICATION: In Her Own Words: Confessions from a Former Neo-Nazi. Philosophy in Action: Teacher’s Guide, edited by Wayne Sproule. Fitzhenry and Whiteside. 2004.
PUBLICATION: Competing Perspectives: Does the Heritage Front organization promote hatred in Canada? Yes: Elizabeth Moore: Her Story, In Her Own Words. Transitions in Society: The Challenge of Change. Edited by Colin Bain, Jill Colyer, Dennis DesRivieres, Sean Dolan. Oxford Canada, 2002.
FILM CONSULTANT: White Lies. Directed by Kari Skogland, CBC Television, March 29, 1998.
PUBLICATION: Exposing the Lie: Responding to Hate Groups in our Community. Commissioned by the Queen’s Human Rights Office and The Social Issues Commission. Anti-Racist educational brochure. September, 1997.
CONSULTANT: Heritage Front Plan of Action Anti-Racist Meeting, Queen’s AMS, Queen’s Hillel, Kingston Police Department, September 1997.
PUBLICATION: Elizabeth Moore: Her Story in Her Own Words. From Marches to Modems: A Report on Organized Hate in Metropolitan Toronto. Commissioned by the Access and Equity Centre, The Municipality of Metropolitain Toronto. January, 1997.
PUBLICATION: On Racial Hatred. Elizabeth Moore, The Queen’s Journal, October 3, 1995.