Speaking

Elizabeth Moore is a respected educator and speaker. She feels honoured and privileged to share her experiences — and the lessons she’s learned about hatred — with audiences across the country. Speaking engagements are a key way she gives back to the community. If you have an upcoming event you’d like Elizabeth to participate in, please contact her.

(Elizabeth’s list of speaking events is still being compiled. Please check back often for updates!)

Guest Lecturer: “Radical Resistance: Leaving Hate Behind.” York University, Glendon College Communications Department. October 3, 2018.

Speaker: “Domestic Extremism and Hate Groups in North America.” York Regional Police in partnership with the Southern Poverty Law Center and The Canadian Anti-Hate Network. May 17, 2018.

Keynote: The Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General’s 2018 Hate Crime Training Conference. March 7, 2018.

Speaker: “Racism: A Challenge to Us All.” Holocaust Education Week, Temple Kol Ami, Thornhill. (50 attendees). November 9, 2003.

Speaker: “Racism: A Challenge to Us All.” Holocaust Education Week, Sons of Jacob Congregation, Belleville. (20 attendees). November 3, 2003.

Elizabeth Moore, Help Halt Hate
Elizabeth Moore with Karen Mock at Help Halt Hate in 2003.

Panelist: “Help Halt Hate.” UJA Federation Women’s Campaign And Advocacy Group. (Approximately 400 attendees.) October, 2003.

Speaker: “Racism: A Challenge to Us All.” Holocaust Education Week, Bathurst Clark Resource Library, Thornhill. (40 attendees). November, 5 2002.

Keynote: Holocaust Education Symposium, Mohawk College, Sponsored by the Holocaust Education Committee of Hamilton, Mohawk College, McMaster University, and the public and Catholic school boards, May 16, 2002.

Keynote: “The 13th Annual Student Seminar on the Holocaust.” The Waterloo County Holocaust Education Committee. (400 attendees). May 2002.

anti-racist education
Elizabeth Moore was featured in the Toronto Star ahead of an anti-racism forum.

Panelist: Forum marking International Elimination of Discrimination Day. March 21, 2002.

Panelist: “Voices From the Front of the Lens: Documentary Subjects Speak about their Film Experience.” Hot Docs Film Festival. (150 attendees). May 2000

Panelist: “When to Speak Out, When to Remain Silent.” CJC 30th Ontario Regional Plenary Plenum. (250 attendees). November 28, 1999.

Keynote: Screening of “Hearts of Hate.” Eracism Week, Queen’s University, November 17, 1997.

Keynote: “Racism is Knocking at Your Door.” Norman Rothstein Theatre, JCC. Young Adults Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Vancouver. (200 attendees). June 6, 1996.

Panelist:16th Annual Student Seminar Day on the Holocaust.” The Holocaust Education Centre (?) & OISE. (1,200 attendees). May 1, 1996.

When to speak up, when to remain silent
Elizabeth Moore, speaking as part of a panel at a CJC Plenary in 1999.

Panelist: “Hearts of Hate: The Battle for Young Minds.” Screening of the film and panel discussion with Peter Raymont, Bernie Farber, and Elizabeth Moore. Generation to Generation Sub-Committee of the Holocaust Remembrance Committee, The Jewish Federation of Greater Toronto, The North York Board of Education. (150 attendees). February 22, 1996.

Panelist: “Racism & Xenophobia: Recognizing the Danger Signals.” The 15th Annual Seminar on Teaching The Holocaust. November 30, 1995.

Panelist: “Resisting Hatred: Rejecting The Roots of Intolerance.” St Lawrence Centre Forum & the City of Toronto. (350 attendees). November 23, 1995.

Keynote: “Movie Night/Discussion: “Higher Learning,” Discussion with Elizabeth Moore.” Etherington Auditorium, Queen’s University. Eracism Awareness Week, The AMS Committee Against Racism and Ethnic Discrimination, November 6, 1995.

Keynote: Hearts of Hate” Screening. Ellis Auditorium, Queen’s University, March 3, 1995.