Posts Tagged ‘implicit bias’

Tim Wise At Princeton (With Imani Perry) 2/10/14: Colorblindness and the Myth of Post-Racialism

Here is an audio of my 2/10/14 talk at Princeton. First 30 or so minutes are my speech, followed by a dialogue with scholar and Princeton professor, Imani Perry, and then a question and answer session involving us both.

Tim Wise on “Racism in Legal Services” (Speech to Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation, 9/27/13)

My speech to the Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation, 9/27/13

Tim Wise at Google (September 17, 2013): Race, the Workplace and Silicon Valley

My speech at Google, September 17, 2013

Tim Wise on CNN w/Don Lemon, 8/10/13: 5 Things Whites Can Do to Improve Race Relations

Here’s my appearance on CNN on August 10, 2013, with Don Lemon, responding to his “5 Things Blacks Can Do” to Improve Their Situation…

What’s the Matter With White People? A Modest Call for Personal Responsibility

Predictably, white conservatives are at it again: blaming black people specifically, and black culture more broadly, for various crises facing the African American communities of this nation. In the wake of the George Zimmerman verdict, and black anger over the racial suspicions that animated Zimmerman’s decision to follow Trayvon Martin the night he was killed [...]

Tim Wise on Al-Jazeera’s The Stream, 7/23/13: Implicit Racial Bias and Racism in America

My appearance on Al-Jazeera’s The Stream, to discuss implicit racial bias and the modern face of racism. With Maya Wiley and David Williams.

To the Character Assassins of Trayvon Martin (and his real one): Martin Bashir Lays You Out…

Martin Bashir lays the blam on those who have chosen to assassinate the character of Trayvon Martin and make excuses for George Zimmerman…

Tim Wise on Lyrical Rhapsody w/Ginnie Love and Samaria Graham: Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman and Race in America – 7/17/13

Here is my conversation with Ginnie Love and Samaria Graham last week, on the Zimmerman verdict, the killing of Trayvon Martin and race in America

Channel Surfing With White America: Racism, George Zimmerman and the Power of Denial

This essay was originally published as “White America, the George Zimmerman Trial, and the Power of Denial,” at thegrio.com ___ And now, back to what really matters. The Royal Baby is overdue. When will Kate deliver? And Honey Boo-Boo is back! Oh Thank God, and with a scratch-and-sniff insert in People magazine and Us Weekly, [...]

Clip 5: Tim Wise on MSNBC with Melissa Harris-Perry, 7/20/13: The Racial Implications of Stand Your Ground, Part 2

Clip 5: The racial implications of Stand Your Ground laws, on MHP, 7/20/13 Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy