5:30 - 7:30
This is a hybrid event. Registration is required for Zoom attendance. In-person attendance does not require registration; seats available first come, first served.
In The 400-Year Holocaust, Dante King examines the legal history of anti-Blackness and whiteness in the United States from the colonial era to its impact on present-day America. It centers anti-Blackness as the core tenet of "racism" in white America and amplifies its relationship to the inherent "value" of whiteness. The text repositions and critically examines four core white American economic, moral, socio-cultural and ideological institutions: human sex trafficking, rape, pedophilia and violence (murder).
In this lecture and book signing, King presents the research that shaped the concepts in the book and engages audience members in discussion. Books will be available for purchase at a reception following the program. This is a live-streamed event.
Dante King is a native of San Francisco. He is an author, historian, scholar, thought-leader, facilitator and coach. He is also a human resources professional, specializing in the implementation of anti-racist practice, organizational development and change. This includes racial equity, racial repair, racial relief and inclusion strategies. King also specializes in bias capacity building, with more than 20 years professional and academic experience.
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