1. Understanding the Harm of Hate Crime. (Robert J. Boeckmann and Carolyn Turpin–Petrosino).
Part II: Societal Perspectives: Balancing Freedom and Equality.
2. From Slavery to Hate Crime Laws: The Emergence of Race andStatus–Based Protection in American Criminal Law. (Brian Levin).
3. Hate Speech and Constitutional Protection: Priming Values of Equality and Freedom. (Gloria Cowan, Miriam Resendez, Elizabeth Marshall, and Ryan Quist).
4. Subtle, Pervasive, Harmful: Racist and Sexist Remarks in Public as Hate Speech. (Laura Beth Nielsen).
Part III: Perpetrator Perspectives: Origins and Motives.
5. Hateful Sirens . . . Who Hears Their Song? An Examination of Student Attitudes toward Hate Groups and Affiliation Potential. (Carolyn Turpin–Petrosino).
6. Hate Crime Offenders: An Expanded Typology. (Jack McDevitt, Jack Levin, and Susan Bennett).
Part IV: Victim Perspectives: Impact and Response.
7. Victim Experiences in Hate Crimes Based on Sexual Orientation. (Gregory M. Herek, Jeanine C. Cogan, and J. Roy Gillis).
8. Experiencing Hate Speech: Perceptions and Responses to Anti–Semitism and Antigay Speech. (Laura Leets).
9. Hate Speech: Asian American Students' Justice Judgments and Psychological Responses (Robert J. Boeckmann and Jeffrey Liew).
Part V: 2000 Kurt Lewin Award Address.
10. Introduction of the 2000 Kurt Lewin Memorial Award Recipient, Norman Miller. (B. Ann Bettencourt).
11. Personalization and the Promise of Contact Theory. (Norman Miller).