WATCH: Dante King's Lecture At UCSF's Black History Month Event Ignites FIRESTORM

By Greg Moriarty | Sunday, 18 February 2024 05:15 AM
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In a recent event held by the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), Dante King, a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) expert, delivered a lecture titled “Diagnosing Whiteness and Anti-Blackness: White Psychopathology, Collective Psychosis and Trauma in America."

The event, which was part of the university's Black History Month celebrations, was held both in-person and online.

King, who has authored works such as "The 400-Year Holocaust: White America's Legal, Psychopathic, and Sociopathic Black Genocide -- and the Revolt Against Critical Race Theory," used the platform to discuss his views on the state of American society and its institutions. He is also the author of the forthcoming "The 400-Year Holocaust Toolkit and Workbook: Changing and Shaping Culture One Leader and Practice at a Time -- Tools and Strategies for Addressing Anti-Blackness, White Supremacy, and Racism in Your Organization."

During his presentation, King made several controversial statements. He claimed, "There's no discussion about the delusion and the perversion of whiteness," and urged attendees to acknowledge that anti-blackness is the foundation of all white American institutions. He also led a chant stating, "Rape culture in America is a legal, economic, and moral institution."

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King further claimed that the law permits the rape of black women and described whites as psychopaths with a biologically-transmittable proclivity rooted in their evolutionary history. He also stated that he does not seek agreement from white people and does not prioritize whiteness or white people in his work. He identified himself as pro-black and criticized white people who are unwilling to admit that they are pro-white.

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The video of King's presentation was posted by the Young America's Foundation (YAF), a conservative youth organization. The video sparked controversy and criticism, with some accusing King of promoting reverse racism. However, King defended his statements, claiming that they were taken out of context by YAF, which he described as a right-wing white supremacist group.

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In response to the controversy, UCSF released a statement acknowledging the controversy and emphasizing their commitment to promoting open dialogue and diverse perspectives. However, they did not directly address the content of King's speech or the specific concerns raised by his critics.

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Fox News Digital reached out to King’s team for clarification on his statement about the legality of raping black women. In response, they provided notes for his presentation citing three state Supreme Court decisions from 1855, 1859, and 1918 that King claims allow for the rape of Black women. The notes also cited multiple state laws between 1802 and 1858 that "specifically focused on protecting White women."

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King has promised to release a full video of his speech on YouTube to provide further context to his statements. However, the controversy surrounding his presentation raises questions about the future of unity in America, particularly in light of his claims about the psychopathic nature of whites and the legality of rape.

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