Moss, Margaret (1966 - )
Genre: Children's Literature, Non-Fiction - Scholarly
Freeport native Margaret Moss is the previous Assistant Director of and currently a consultant to the Center for the Prevention of Hate Violence located at the University of Southern Maine. She conducts workshops on hate violence for teachers and students at all levels of education. A former assistant attorney general in the Maine Department of Attorney General, she is a 1988 Princeton graduate and received her law degree from Washington College of Law, American University.
- Say Something (2004), a children's book that addresses the issue of bullying.
- Hate Crimes on Campus: The Problem and Efforts To Confront It (2001). co-author with Steven Wessler. A pdf document from the U.S. Department of Justice.