WEBINAR & POST DISCUSSION: Anti-Blackness and Its Link to Racism: Part II

The Multicultural Resource Center welcomes you to join us for Dante King’s second installation of this series on anti- Black Racism will examine the impact of structural racism and anti-blackness. Participants will reflect on the value of multi-dimensional aspects of diversity, including class, age, gender, ethnicity, rights, access, etc. to understand the advantages and disadvantages that can lead to inequities between groups.

                                                                                                                                                  
Dante King is a native of San Francisco. He is a Learning & Organizational Development professional with over 15 years of experience specializing in the implementation of equity, diversity, &  inclusion training. 

 

Wednesday, August  19, 2020

12- 1:00 PM- Webinar

1-1:30 PM- Post Discussion

Zoom

Please register for the webinar here: tiny.ucsf.edu/DantKing2

Please register for the Post Discussion here: tiny.ucsf.edu/DK2

*NOTE  that you have to register twice if you want to attend the webinar and the post discussion event. Space is limited for the post discussion and will be on  first come basis.

Announcement: This event will be recorded and made available within 2 weeks and posted to ODO website. We appreciate everyone's commitment to this work, but cannot field individual inquiries about the video posting. Please check ODO website and look out for announcements in the weekly newsletter. 

Wednesday, August 19 at 12:00am to 1:30pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Special Event

Affiliation

UCSF Medical Center, UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals, School of Medicine, School of Dentistry, School of Pharmacy, School of Nursing, Graduate Division, Global Health Sciences

Audience

Students, Postdocs, Faculty, Staff, Local Community, Alumni

Location

Online

Cost

FREE; registeration required

Department/Group
Office of Diversity & Outreach
Contact Info

melisa.bautista@ucsf.edu

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