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"Hate Speech" Monologues 2017

Monday, March 13, 2017, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

The "Hate Speech" Monologues is a multicultural theater that engages us in reflection on 'hate speech' and prejudices in societies we live in - including our own prejudices. It is performed by CEU students and Peter Molnar who invented the "Hate Speech" Monologues at CEU in 2012 (as an optional part of his Department of Public Policy course on Enabling Policies for Responding to "Hate Speech" in Practice) and has directed it since then. The “Hate Speech” Monologues have been supported by the Student Union since 2014, and by the CEU Humanities Initiative since 2016.
The performance is open to the public, please share and invite friends (including friends with already known prejudices) through its Facebook event 

Nothing is like the live show, but in case if you can watch it only online, here is the link for the live streaming

For more information, please see: 

- The CEU website:

- Articles in the CEU Weekly such as the one before the last March performance:

- Videos of previous "Hate Speech" Monologues performances:

In 2016:

In 2015:

In 2014:

In 2013:

- A short video with statements by each performer from 2014:

- Related slam poetry by performers of the 2015 "Hate Speech" Monologues, for the semi-finals, and the finals of the National Team Slam Championship in Hungary:

- Peter Molnar`s related books: