Audio & Video

Still a Nazi After All These Years: The Return of David Duke (with Audio)

For so many reasons, I really didn’t want to have to write this. But here we go again. Twenty-six years after his first run for the U.S. Senate in Louisiana, lifelong white supremacist, Neo-Nazi and former Klansman David Duke has once again thrown his hat in the ring for the job. As tempting as it [...]

Tim Wise on 101.1 The Beat w/Dolewite – Race, Policing and Whiteness in America

These are several short clips from Tim Wise’s recent appearance with Dolewite on 101.1 The Beat (Nashville), to discuss recent police shootings and their relationship to racial inequality in America. In this first clip, Wise responds to common white deflections about racism, and explores the selective way in which white Americans choose to remember (or [...]

Tim Wise on “Breaking Through” (w/Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner) 7/11/16: Discussion on White Anti-Racism

Tim Wise discussion with Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner (MomsRising.org), re: white antiracism and allyship

Tim Wise on RT America: Policing and Race in the U.S. (July 9, 2016)

Tim Wise discusses racism and policing in America, historically and in the present.

Tim Wise on CBS 48 Hours: “Bringing a Nation Together” July 9, 2016

Segment from CBS 48 Hours Special, “Bringing a Nation Together” featuring commentary from Terrie Williams, Michael Eric Dyson and Tim Wise among others… View More: Live News|More News Videos  

Tim Wise on CNN’s Reliable Sources, 5/29/16: Donald Trump, White Resentment and Election 2016

My appearance today on CNN’s Reliable Sources, alongside W. Kamau Bell, discussing Donald Trump, racial scapegoating and the centrality of white anxiety and resentment in the 2016 campaign…

Tim Wise at Indiana University School of Law: Racism and the Law: The Inadequacy of Color-Blind Jurisprudence

My February 2015 presentation at Indiana University School of Law, in which I discuss race, racism, and the inadequacy of modern “color-blind” jurisprudence when it comes to addressing institutional racial bias and discrimination. This is one of two presentations at IU during that Feb. visit, the second of which (to the larger campus and community) [...]

Racism, Conservatism and the War on the Poor: Clip from White Like Me: Race, Racism and White Privilege in America (2013)

A segment from my 2013 documentary, White Like Me: Race, Racism and White Privilege in America. In this 10-11 minute clip, we discuss the role of race and racism in explaining conservative anti-government ideology from the 1960s to the present. WE WANT OUR COUNTRY BACK !!! Posted by Brian Whittle on Sunday, April 3, 2016

Racism as Divide and Conquer, From the 1600s to Donald Trump – Tim Wise Presentation to the California Federation of Teachers, San Francisco, March 2016

Speaking about the way in which racism has been used to divide and conquer working people – California Federation of Teachers Conference, San Francisco, March 2016 Using racism to divide and conquerTim Wise talks about how the elite has historically used racism to divide and conquer. Posted by Reggie Hood on Sunday, March 13, 2016

Tim Wise on White Allyship and Solidarity – The King Center, Atlanta GA – January 2015

A brief snippet from my panel discussion at the King Center in Atlanta, January, 2015, in which I discuss white allyship and solidarity…