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Launch of KQED’s “Walls and Bridges”

Join us for the launch of KQED’s
 
“Walls and Bridges”
Thursday, April 10th at 7:00-10:00PM
Chinese Culture Center
750 Kearny St, San Francisco, CA 94108
HOW SHOULD WE TALK ABOUT HATE?
From Charlottesville to Silicon Valley, hate speech and extremism have become a regular part of the national conversation over the past couple years.
As part of a special series of live events, we’ll talk with a panel of experts about polarized politics, emboldened white nationalists, and how we can move forward in a time of intense division.
PANELISTS

 

 IJEOMA OLUO
Author, “So You Want To Talk About Race,” editor-at-large, The Establishment
ALSO ON THE PANEL:

DR. LAWRENCE ROSENTHAL

Chair & Lead Researcher, UC Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies
BRITTAN HELLER
Director of Technology & Society, Anti-Defamation Leauge National
Support for KQED’s Walls and Bridges community conversations is provided by:
The James Irvine Foundation
.