KQED's Mina Kim in conversation with Lawrence Rosenthal, Ijeoma Oluo and Brittan Heller at the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco on April 10, 2018. Eric Slomanson/Slomo Photos
KQED's Mina Kim in conversation with Lawrence Rosenthal, Ijeoma Oluo and Brittan Heller at the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco on April 10, 2018. (Eric Slomanson/Slomo Photos)

Walls and Bridges: Extremism

Walls and Bridges: Extremism

1 hr 6 min

From Charlottesville to Silicon Valley, racism hate speech and extremism have become a regular part of the national conversation. So how should we talk about hate? In this special Walls and Bridges conversation, KQED's Mina Kim talks with a panel of experts about polarized politics, emboldened white nationalists and how we can move forward in a time of intense division.

Guests:
Ijeoma Oluo, author, "So You Want To Talk About Hate?"
Lawrence Rosenthal, chair, UC Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies
Brittan Heller, director of Technology and Society, Anti-Defamation League

This conversation was recorded on April 10, 2018, at the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco.

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