My interview on KGNU Boulder, concerning my new book, Under the Affluence, the nation’s culture of cruelty, and the relationship between economic and racial inequality in the U.S.
Posts Tagged ‘intersectionality’
“A Dialogue on Whiteness” – Tim Wise in Conversation with Dr. Lisa Anderson-Levy – Beloit College, October 2, 2015
A conversation on whiteness in academia and society, with Dr. Lisa Anderson-Levy and Tim Wise (and moderated by Nicole Truesdell) at Beloit College, 10/2/15
My discussion with Laura Flanders about racism, the class system and my new book, Under the Affluence: Shaming the Poor, Praising the Rich and Sacrificing the Future of America, which aired on October 13, 2015.
Here’s a fascinating story, indicating the inherently fucked up nature of the company known as Facebook… So, a few days ago I posted the below commentary on my Facebook friends page and Facebook fan page. It was a relatively sober-minded defense of the struggle for LGBT liberation, and a critique of those who have sought [...]
On MHP debating privilege — even it’s very existence as a thing — with David Webb, who denies in this clip that being able-bodied gives one privilege or advantage over persons with disabilities, among other hilarious absurdities. Lots of fireworks and entertainment value provided by insights into the conservative mindset (using mind, here, somewhat loosely). [...]
My presentation at All Saints Church, Pasadena, CA, 4/28/13, to discuss the normalization of inequality, and the intersectionality of race, sex, class, militarism, terrorism and environmental catastrophe
Here is my recent interview in Grand Rapids, MI, with Jeff Smith of Grand Rapids Institute for Information Democracy (GRIID). In this 37 minute discussion, we discuss the difference between White Supremacy and racism, the failure or limitations of diversity training, gentrification, Israel/Palestine and the future of the Boycott/Divestment/Sanctions campaign, the importance of doing intersectional [...]
Clip On Intergenerational Movement Building, from New Film Featuring Angela Davis and Tim Wise, in Conversation
Here’s a clip on intergenerational movement building, from the newly-released film, “Vocabulary of Change,” which features a public dialogue between Angela Davis and Tim Wise that took place in May, 2011 in Oakland, California. The full film (and Discussion Guide) can be purchased from SpeakOut, here