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Mission Bay Campus,  UCSF Nancy Friend Pritzker Psychiatry Building Auditorium Free Event
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Join the Finance and Administrative Services, Office of Senior Vice Chancellor Erin Gore and Multicultural Resource Center, Office of Diversity and Outreach for UCSF Black History Month 2024 Lecture and Book Launch for Dante King, M.Ed: Diagnosing Whiteness & Anti-Blackness: White Psychopathology, Collective Psychosis and Trauma in America

Dante’s talk will be an overview of the upcoming course and book Diagnosing Whiteness & Anti-Blackness: White Psychopathology, Collective Psychosis and Trauma in America.This talk will center on the development, construction, and functionality of race and racism as psychopathology, psychopathy, and sociopathy. It spotlights White-delusion as the normalized psychological and cultural context upon which all Americans live and exist. It also highlights the psychopathic and sociopathic development of anti-Blackness as an American politic. Participants are invited to evaluate their communities’, as well as their own individual relationships to Whiteness, anti-non-Whiteness, and anti-Blackness. This experience will be the start of our journey towards building a supportive community for coping and healing.

Thursday, February 8, 2024

12- 1:30 PM 

12-1 PM (Lecture)

1-1:30 PM (Q & A)

Location: UCSF Nancy Friend Pritzker Psychiatry Building Auditorium at 675 18th Street San Francisco, CA 94107. 

This is a hybrid event with  Zoom Option Available + Light Refreshments to be served immediately following program. Parking information here: https://psych.ucsf.edu/pritzker

RSVP kindly required here Please RSVP by January 31, 2024

Hosted and Sponsored by the following:

  • Financial and Administrative Services,
  • Office of the Senior Vice Chancellor Erin Gore
  • FAS DEIA-AR Steering Committee
  • Multicultural Resource Center
  • Office of Diversity and Outreach
  • UCSF Health IT ARC Committee

Accessibility: UCSF welcomes everyone, including people with disabilities to our events.To request a reasonable accommodation, please contact Ailene Estalilla at Ailene.Estalilla@ucsf.edu as soon as possible.

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