Posts Tagged ‘white resentment’

Tim Wise on the Myth of White Victimhood and the Reality of White Fragility (AM Joy, MSNBC, December 2016)

Short clip in response to a series of viral videos in which white Trump supporters claimed to have been victims of “reverse racism” and went berserk in public places…

Tim Wise on the Chauncey DeVega Show 8/19/16 – Trump, White Resentment, Electoral Politics and Crime (Among Other Things)

My appearance on the Chauncey DeVega Show, from August 19 — forgot to post earlier. Here we discuss the bright line connections between the David Duke campaigns of the early 90s and the Donald Trump campaign of 2016: what’s similar, what’s different, and what are the dangers ahead…Also we discuss broader issues of white racial […]

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…

White Denial: America’s Persistent and Increasingly Dangerous Pastime

This essay was written originally for and can be found here. ______ There’s an old saying that it’s hard to know what you don’t know, the premise being that when you’re ignorant about something, you aren’t likely to realize your blind spots. But I’m not so sure. Sometimes, knowing what you don’t know just […]

Tim Wise at University of Wyoming, March, 2012: White Anxiety and the Politics of Resentment

Just found this…a part of my speech at the University of Wyoming in March 2012 Video streaming by Ustream