Posts Tagged ‘racial slurs’

Tim Wise on CNN 7/2/13 – Discussing Social Media Reaction to CNN’s Special on the N-Word

My appearance on CNN with Ashleigh Banfield, Don Lemon and Safiya Songhai, discussing reaction — good, bad and otherwise — on social media, to Don’s special on the N-word from the previous evening…

Tim Wise on CNN – Racism and Racial Slurs (Part Two) 7/1/13

My second salvo on CNN tonight, discussing racial slurs and racism in America. In this clip, LeVar Burton discusses how he responds to police, and I discuss how fundamentally different the white experience is with law enforcement…

Tim Wise on CNN – Special Program on Racial Slurs and Racism in America 7/1/13

Here’s my first salvo in the CNN special tonight on the N-Word, racial slurs and racism in America, more broadly…

Tim Wise on CNN – The N-Word, Racial Slurs and Race in America 6/29/13

Here’s a segment on the N-word, racial slurs and racism in America, to which I contributed a portion…but the rest of the segment is interesting too, so take a look…This includes previously posted material, but in the context of the larger segment is, I think, stronger…

Revisiting a Past Essay — Honky Wanna Cracker? Examining the Myth of Reverse Racism

In light of reports that Trayvon Martin referred to George Zimmerman as a “crazy-ass cracker” while talking on his cell phone prior to being shot and killed by the latter, many have suggested (including Zimmerman’s defense attorney) that it was Martin, rather than Zimmerman who introduced race to the confrontation with his client that night. [...]

Tim Wise on CNN 6/27/13 – On Racism, Language and The Power of Slurs