The Auburn Avenue Research Library will host activist and author Reverend Jsse Williams as he delivers a lecture about his book Institutional Racism in America 101
This rare educational book answers often asked questions about race and racism in the U.S. and the world. It is the only publication that identifies Racism as a Mental Disorder that disproportionately infects a key demographic of Americans. Its primary purpose is to educate and increase awareness among victims and potential victims of Racism and encourage healthy community-level dialogue that will lead to effective methods of combating Racism.
Jesse Williams is a retired minister, human rights activist, and lecturer native to Atlanta, GA. Williams has been active in human rights activities in Georgia and California. He fought for the election of Los Angeles’ first and only black mayor. He is the former president of Dignity, Inc., a group formed expressly to combat media racism.