The Roots & Persistence of White Nationalism in the United States

Thursday, May 20, 2021
12:30 - 2 PM
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Featuring Hector Amaya, Ginna Green, and Shannon Speed, this conversation engages the origins of white nationalism in the United States, and its longevity across generations, geographies, and political moments.

Sponsored by Repair, and co-sponsored by the UCLA American Indian Studies Center, Ikar, the Critical Race Studies Program at the UCLA School of Law, Temple Beth Am, the Native Nations Law & Policy Center at the UCLA School of Law, and Bend the Arc Jewish Action.

This event is closed captioned, open to the public, and admission is free on demand. Donations are welcomed to offset event costs.

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