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Unlearning and Addressing Anti-Blackness, White Supremacy, and Racism (Pt 4)

Week 4: Examining the Origins and Development of Anti-Blackness in American Law, Economics, Government, Religion, and Academia in 17th & 18th Century America – (Part 1)

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Unlearning and Addressing Anti-Blackness, White Supremacy, and Racism (Pt 4)

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Oct 04, 2022, 1:00 PM – 5:30 PM PDT

DK-Zoom Room

About The Event

This session highlights and examines the American legal, economic, and religious institutions of Anti-Black rape (arranged primarily against Black women), pedophilia, human sex trafficking and enslavement. This course content, in an explicit and provocative (triggering to many) fashion, examines the ways in which pedophilia and rape were infused into White legal, political, economic, and governmental systems, and highlights the emergence of Black rage and anger as the result of White terror. One main focal point is amplifying and elevating anti-Blackness as the underlying principle

for these institutions, rather than focusing on enslaved Black persons – as free Black persons, free Indians (as they were referred to in laws) were terrorized in many ways that are highlighted and defined within the legal context. This session explores and sets the foundations of constructing, propagating, teaching, and reinforcing Whiteness and

Anti-Blackness to White people, Indigenous, and Black people during this period and beyond. It also explores the ways in which White solidarity and White benefits (mentally, emotionally, and spiritually) indoctrinated, enabled, and incentivized White people to normalize complicity in Anti-Black terror and subjugation. This session examines deeply, the premise of Anti-Blackness/Anti-Black racism as psychopathic and sociopathic proclivities, and its embeddedness in American/U.S. culture. The years/timeframe covered are 1650 – 1740.