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  • Tim Wise: Interview about His Life and Work

    Tim Wise: Interview about His Life and Work

    Tim Wise discusses his work and life with Christine Hudyma from the ODET office.

  • Tim Wise: On the Use of the N Word

    Tim Wise: On the Use of the N Word

    Tim Wise is a white anti-racist writer and activist in the U.S., who started giving lectures in 1995 at over 500 college campuses across the US. He has trained a multitude of teachers, corporate employees, non-profit organizations and law enforcement officers in methods for addressing and dismantling racism in their institutions.  

  • Tim Wise: Challenging Racism, Privilege and Denial in the Age of Obama

    Tim Wise: Challenging Racism, Privilege and Denial in the Age of Obama

    Celebrated anti-racism activist Tim Wise, author of Between Barack and a Hard Place: Challenging Racism, Privilege and Denial in the Age of Obama, will appear at Villanova University March 29 to share his insights and wit, and to issue challenging calls to action.  

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  • Tim Wise: Speaking about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    Tim Wise: Speaking about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    Tim Wise speaks on Martin Luther King Jr. Day about the watered-down legacy of Dr. King that popular culture seems to perpetuate.  

  • Tim Wise: White Like Me

    Tim Wise: White Like Me

    Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son. Tim Wise, Director of the Association for White Anti-Racist Education (AWARE), talks about the nature of racism in the U.S. with remarkable perception and humor. He provides keen insights on how our pervasive cultural racism skews our perceptions of reality. He uncovers the pathology of prejudice that underlies many of the attitudes and choices we make, both personally and politically. Even those who staunchly oppose racism will have their eyes opened to the […]

  • Tim Wise: Affirmative Action Debate

    Tim Wise: Affirmative Action Debate

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  • Tim Wise: The Pathology of Privilege

    Tim Wise: The Pathology of Privilege

    Wise provides a non-confrontational explanation of white privilege and the damage it does not only to people of color but to white people as well.