Dante King is a native of San Francisco. Dante 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. Dante also specializes in bias capacity building, with more than 20 years professional and academic experience.
Presentations from Facing Race 2022
Exploring and Understanding Anti-Blackness and White Supremacy As Illnesses: Finding A Cure for the Future
This session will revolve around much of the contents within my book, The 400-Year Holocaust: White America's Legal, Psychopathic, and Sociopathic Black Genocide - and the Revolt Against Critical Race Theory. The book examines and discusses factions of the legal history of anti-Blackness and whiteness through colonialism and the United States, and its impacts 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 (i.e., white identity, white culture, white institutions, etc.). Participants will be led through several interactive exercises where they will look at the roots of anti-Blackness and white supremacy, and make linkages to the ways in which the tenets manifest daily behavioral patterns, decisioning, framing, conceptualizing, etc. Participants will then work together to develop strategies that will enable and empower them to consider anti-Blackness and whiteness as the root cause of injustice within and throughout American institutions.Speakers: Dante King