Join the Humanists & Freethinkers of Cape Fear for an evening with Alix Jules, African-American activist, writer, blogger, social commentator and co-host of DogmaDebate Radio.
In this talk, Alix Jules discusses Race and Racism in America, including racial tones in culture, religion, and their effect on US politics. He reviews some of the current stats and prevailing theories that continue to shape racial dynamics, while examining the concept of privilege in the Era of Trump. The writer also takes a candid, but humorous, look at why even Humanists struggle with finding proper footing when discussing these topics. In addition he'll also discuss the backlash against PC culture and why words like "diversity" became a pejorative.
$10 General Admission
$60 Patron Admission, includes one ticket and pre-lecture Tapas & Sangria Dinner at Savorez with Alix Jules
$50 Community Sponsor, includes two tickets and a designated display table in box office area
This program is underwritten in part by a Harvey LeBrun Chapter Grant through the American Humanist Association. Event proceeds will help fund the Humanist & Freethinkers of Cape Fear High School Science Grant program.