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White Privilege: The Development of Culture Capital …

Tim Wise is a anti-racism speaker and author of books such as Colorblind: The Rise of Post-Racial Politics and the Retreat from Racial Equity and White Like Me: Reflections on Race From a Privileged Son. This clip of his speech, he discusses the origins of White Privilege, and the mindset of racism which has developed by the elite class since the 1600s. I found his ideas very interesting, because it seemed to directly reflect Marita Bonners, The Purple Flower.He paints this image of the poor white class in the 1600s, as the indentured servants of the elite class. As the colonies developed in the new world, power needed to be retained and developed. So the poor class were given some land and servants (slaves), this arbitrary power was set. Yet they had no idea how much they were being manipulated. They wanted to reach Somewhere even if that meant stepping on the backs of others. But they did not know that reaching that flower on a pedestal was futile.Through Wises example he show how Bonners white devils found a way to retain their privilege, this culture capital, and toy with the Us. I see how this is possible. Everyone does not wish to be the bottom of the totem pole. Everyone wants to have power over another. By giving them this feeling of power over the slaves, they feel closer to reaching Somewhere, despite that they are no better than the black people to which they step on.

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Last week, renowned anti-racist advocate, Tim Wise, came to UMass for a screening of his new documentary, White Like Me, followed by a question and answer period with the audience. I wont go into details about the actual documentary, yall can check that on your own time, but during the post-screening period, Wise was confronted about some online beef that occurred after a post on his blog in remembrance of the 50th anniversary of the Birmingham 16th Street Church bombing that killed 4 African-American girls on September 16th, 1963. His post not only acknowledges the tragedy, but also pays tribute to a man named Charles Morgan, Jr, a white southerner who lived in Birmingham at the time, but who opposed the bombings and was ultimately chased out of the South because of his willingness to speak out against racism.

Following the post, a stream of opposition came. In general, they criticized Wises emphasis on the need for white allies. After all, they said, if it wasnt for white people making the lives so hard for Black-Americans to begin with, they wouldnt need white partnership in the first place. Wise retaliated to the responses through his Facebook page, the status update wasnt so friendly.

Wise admitted to the audience at UMass that he was wrong for how he reacted, saying that he is only human, and he cant be perfect all the time. Once the applause ended after the apology, a man of color rose and told his own story of dealing with anger. He was a professor at Hampshire College, from the Bronx, and he explained how living in western Massachusetts is never easy for men of color. He told Wise of the discrimination he deals with on a regular basis. Despite being a college professor, it was the color of his skin that was seen first, and it would always put him in a disadvantage. Any man of color knows, he said, that we dont get the luxury of being only human, because being of color, any outburst could be your lastyou dont need to read a James Baldwin novel to come to that realization.

Tim Wise, a renowned expert on white privilege, could recognize he was a product of white privilege, but he could never fully understand how it manifested itself in his own life. If I he could, then he would never have been so openly accepting of the fact that he can have angry outbursts over issues as sensitive as the Birmingham bombing, and so easily get applause over it.

It was a year ago on my college campus when I had first met Tim Wise. I had no idea how famous Tim was, I had never heard of him before. As I sat down to hear him speak to a packed auditorium, I was impressed and unimpressed all in one. I remember being amused by his delivery, you cannot deny he wouldnt fair too badly as a stand up comedian. He has a way of fusing irony and raw facts through stating just the obvious reality. That is always refreshing to hear from someone who isnt of color. But then that becomes the real issue: Tim Wise isnt a person of color. What he was saying wasnt anything new or profound, but it was the fact that he was white which was why people gave him so much praise. So to put it ironically: In the same way Tim Wise goes around raising awareness on white privilege, he also benefits from itheis white privilege.

At the end of the lecture, a friend who helped organized the event asked if I would go with him to take Tim to the airport. I couldnt turn down an opportunity to get some one one one with Tim Wise after hearing everything he just said. We covered a lot of ground in that 40-minute car ride. He told me about where he grew up, what he studied in college, why he does the work he does, he even told me how he met his wife. We talked about my own studies, intellectual curiosities, and some of the research I was currently working on. It was an inspirational car ride, one that influenced the direction of a lot of the research I did that semester, along with many of the things I write on this blog.

And then he did admit what I had been thinking all along: that his whiteness was the reason for his success. He knew why he was getting called to speak all over the country. He knew why he was able to get through to white people. He was aware of his whiteness, and how that created so many privileges that automatically put him ahead of blacks who were saying much of the very same things he was, and who were also working in the field of anti-racism. And for me, my criticism of Wise doesnt come from the fact that he is a white guy discussing racism. Its how he utilizes his whiteness. He continually makes mention of how he is a white ally for Black America, and then goes on to expect us to give him a gold star. As stated in the blog GroupThink:

Its great that that guy stood up for what was right, but to try to piggy back on a very significant and painful part of AA history to sing the praises of a white guy who did the right things is missing the point. Its great he did that. Its awesome, but he doesnt get a cookie. Why is it so hard for people to understand that you dont get applause for being a decent person?

I dont have issues with Tim Wise wanting to stand up against racism, its quite commendable when anyonewhite or blackstands up for racial justice. My issues are with the fact of how righteously he goes about parading his whiteness when speaking about these issues, and then expects us to view him as some kind of white knight.

I dont care if he goes around speaking to large audiences, its the fact that he has become more than just a spokesperson on white privilege and that he feels he can also become a spokesperson for Black America, as well. I dont have any inner-conflicts being upset when people ask Tim Wise to speak on national television over issues of race when there is a sea of well qualified black scholars who can say the same things Tim says, if not better.

My words to Tim Wise: Black-America could use a few white allies, but we dont need white leaders attempting to claim some sort of moral medal for doing what every human being should be expected to do: the right thing.

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Jew Tim Wise tells people to pick a side in this Civil War …

Billy Roper actually agrees with Tim Wise about something.

Once again pretending to be White as he does when it suits him in order to engage in propaganda aimed at Whites, rabid Jew Tim Wise demands that all people, especially all White people, choose a side in what he calls this new Civil War.

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Be careful what you ask for, kike.

And if its adherents cannot be deprogrammed, then they must be defeated, without the least bit of sentimentality.In fact, you know what very fine people would do to neo-Nazis? They would yell at them. And yes, they might even mace them or punch them in the mouth. Very fine people detest Nazis. In fact, detesting Nazis might be a bona fide requirement the de minimus definition for being considered a very fine personBecause see, now it is time for us to choose a side if we havent already, and to recommit to the fight.

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The history of America is the history of rich white men telling not-rich white people that their enemies are black and brown.

Presentation by Tim Wise in the Rectors Forum, at All Saints Church, Pasadena, on Sunday, April 30, 2017.

For more about the mission and ministry of All Saints Church visithttp://www.allsaints-pas.organd follow us on Twitter @ASCpas.

Donate to support the mission and ministries of All Saints athttp://www.allsaints-pas.org/support/.

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Anti-White Lunatic Tim Wise: Its Time to Destroy White …

Anti-white activist Tim Wise has called for the destruction of white Alabama if Senate candidate Roy Moore wins the upcoming election.

Is this not a plea for terrorism and violence? Wise is the ideological ringleader of the domestic terrorist anti-white Antifa coalition who desire to bring revolution and death to America if politicians seen as pro-white are elected.

Wise has made a career promoting white guilt. His lectures and books helped popularize the cultural Marxist white privilege myth.Critics have often pointed out that Wise is ethnically Jewish, yet never talks about the privilege of Jews in America. Jews overwhelmingly dominate the American media and banking industries, yet Wise and his anti-white acolytes never challenge the very real phenomenon of Jewish privilege. He rarely if ever criticizes Israel a Jewish ethno-state. Why isnt he in Israel pleading with his fellow Jews to stop killing and oppressing brown Muslims? Thats because Wise is working on behalf of Organized Jewry to distract the public from their real rulers by proliferating boogeymen about white racists in power.

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Tim Wise: On White Privilege – Titles A-Z Media Education …

“Tim Wise is one of the most brilliant, articulate, and courageouscritics of white privilege in the nation. He is a nationaltreasure.”- Michael Eric Dyson

“Tim Wise is one of the few people, along with perhaps FrederickDouglass, who has ever really spoken honestly and forcefully towhite people about themselves.”- Charles Ogletree | Professor Law at Harvard Law School | Directorof Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice

“[Wise’s] work is revolutionary, and those who react negatively aresimply afraid of hearing the truth.”- Robin D.G. Kelley | Professor of History at the University ofSouthern California | Author of Race Rebels

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White Privilege: The Development of Culture Capital …

Tim Wise is a anti-racism speaker and author of books such as Colorblind: The Rise of Post-Racial Politics and the Retreat from Racial Equity and White Like Me: Reflections on Race From a Privileged Son. This clip of his speech, he discusses the origins of White Privilege, and the mindset of racism which has developed by the elite class since the 1600s. I found his ideas very interesting, because it seemed to directly reflect Marita Bonners, The Purple Flower.He paints this image of the poor white class in the 1600s, as the indentured servants of the elite class. As the colonies developed in the new world, power needed to be retained and developed. So the poor class were given some land and servants (slaves), this arbitrary power was set. Yet they had no idea how much they were being manipulated. They wanted to reach Somewhere even if that meant stepping on the backs of others. But they did not know that reaching that flower on a pedestal was futile.Through Wises example he show how Bonners white devils found a way to retain their privilege, this culture capital, and toy with the Us. I see how this is possible. Everyone does not wish to be the bottom of the totem pole. Everyone wants to have power over another. By giving them this feeling of power over the slaves, they feel closer to reaching Somewhere, despite that they are no better than the black people to which they step on. Like Loading… Related

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The Irony Behind Tim Wise and White Priviledge Soul Latte

Last week, renowned anti-racist advocate, Tim Wise, came to UMass for a screening of his new documentary, White Like Me, followed by a question and answer period with the audience. I wont go into details about the actual documentary, yall can check that on your own time, but during the post-screening period, Wise was confronted about some online beef that occurred after a post on his blog in remembrance of the 50th anniversary of the Birmingham 16th Street Church bombing that killed 4 African-American girls on September 16th, 1963. His post not only acknowledges the tragedy, but also pays tribute to a man named Charles Morgan, Jr, a white southerner who lived in Birmingham at the time, but who opposed the bombings and was ultimately chased out of the South because of his willingness to speak out against racism. Following the post, a stream of opposition came. In general, they criticized Wises emphasis on the need for white allies. After all, they said, if it wasnt for white people making the lives so hard for Black-Americans to begin with, they wouldnt need white partnership in the first place. Wise retaliated to the responses through his Facebook page, the status update wasnt so friendly. Wise admitted to the audience at UMass that he was wrong for how he reacted, saying that he is only human, and he cant be perfect all the time. Once the applause ended after the apology, a man of color rose and told his own story of dealing with anger. He was a professor at Hampshire College, from the Bronx, and he explained how living in western Massachusetts is never easy for men of color. He told Wise of the discrimination he deals with on a regular basis. Despite being a college professor, it was the color of his skin that was seen first, and it would always put him in a disadvantage. Any man of color knows, he said, that we dont get the luxury of being only human, because being of color, any outburst could be your lastyou dont need to read a James Baldwin novel to come to that realization. Tim Wise, a renowned expert on white privilege, could recognize he was a product of white privilege, but he could never fully understand how it manifested itself in his own life. If I he could, then he would never have been so openly accepting of the fact that he can have angry outbursts over issues as sensitive as the Birmingham bombing, and so easily get applause over it. It was a year ago on my college campus when I had first met Tim Wise. I had no idea how famous Tim was, I had never heard of him before. As I sat down to hear him speak to a packed auditorium, I was impressed and unimpressed all in one. I remember being amused by his delivery, you cannot deny he wouldnt fair too badly as a stand up comedian. He has a way of fusing irony and raw facts through stating just the obvious reality. That is always refreshing to hear from someone who isnt of color. But then that becomes the real issue: Tim Wise isnt a person of color. What he was saying wasnt anything new or profound, but it was the fact that he was white which was why people gave him so much praise. So to put it ironically: In the same way Tim Wise goes around raising awareness on white privilege, he also benefits from itheis white privilege. At the end of the lecture, a friend who helped organized the event asked if I would go with him to take Tim to the airport. I couldnt turn down an opportunity to get some one one one with Tim Wise after hearing everything he just said. We covered a lot of ground in that 40-minute car ride. He told me about where he grew up, what he studied in college, why he does the work he does, he even told me how he met his wife. We talked about my own studies, intellectual curiosities, and some of the research I was currently working on. It was an inspirational car ride, one that influenced the direction of a lot of the research I did that semester, along with many of the things I write on this blog. And then he did admit what I had been thinking all along: that his whiteness was the reason for his success. He knew why he was getting called to speak all over the country. He knew why he was able to get through to white people. He was aware of his whiteness, and how that created so many privileges that automatically put him ahead of blacks who were saying much of the very same things he was, and who were also working in the field of anti-racism. And for me, my criticism of Wise doesnt come from the fact that he is a white guy discussing racism. Its how he utilizes his whiteness. He continually makes mention of how he is a white ally for Black America, and then goes on to expect us to give him a gold star. As stated in the blog GroupThink: Its great that that guy stood up for what was right, but to try to piggy back on a very significant and painful part of AA history to sing the praises of a white guy who did the right things is missing the point. Its great he did that. Its awesome, but he doesnt get a cookie. Why is it so hard for people to understand that you dont get applause for being a decent person? I dont have issues with Tim Wise wanting to stand up against racism, its quite commendable when anyonewhite or blackstands up for racial justice. My issues are with the fact of how righteously he goes about parading his whiteness when speaking about these issues, and then expects us to view him as some kind of white knight. I dont care if he goes around speaking to large audiences, its the fact that he has become more than just a spokesperson on white privilege and that he feels he can also become a spokesperson for Black America, as well. I dont have any inner-conflicts being upset when people ask Tim Wise to speak on national television over issues of race when there is a sea of well qualified black scholars who can say the same things Tim says, if not better. My words to Tim Wise: Black-America could use a few white allies, but we dont need white leaders attempting to claim some sort of moral medal for doing what every human being should be expected to do: the right thing. Like Loading…

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Billy Roper actually agrees with Tim Wise about something. Once again pretending to be White as he does when it suits him in order to engage in propaganda aimed at Whites, rabid Jew Tim Wise demands that all people, especially all White people, choose a side in what he calls this new Civil War. Okay. Be careful what you ask for, kike. And if its adherents cannot be deprogrammed, then they must be defeated, without the least bit of sentimentality.In fact, you know what very fine people would do to neo-Nazis? They would yell at them. And yes, they might even mace them or punch them in the mouth. Very fine people detest Nazis. In fact, detesting Nazis might be a bona fide requirement the de minimus definition for being considered a very fine personBecause see, now it is time for us to choose a side if we havent already, and to recommit to the fight. Like Loading… Related

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The history of America is the history of rich white men telling not-rich white people that their enemies are black and brown. Presentation by Tim Wise in the Rectors Forum, at All Saints Church, Pasadena, on Sunday, April 30, 2017. For more about the mission and ministry of All Saints Church visithttp://www.allsaints-pas.organd follow us on Twitter @ASCpas. Donate to support the mission and ministries of All Saints athttp://www.allsaints-pas.org/support/. Like Loading… Related

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Tim Wise Podcast | SpeakOut

Speak Out with Tim Wise is an informative and entertaining podcast focused on racial and economic justice in the age of Trump. It features the biting and humorous commentary of its host, along with interviews with some of the nations leading scholars, activists and artists as well as grass roots organizers whose voices are often ignored in mainstream media.

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Anti-White Lunatic Tim Wise: Its Time to Destroy White …

Anti-white activist Tim Wise has called for the destruction of white Alabama if Senate candidate Roy Moore wins the upcoming election. Is this not a plea for terrorism and violence? Wise is the ideological ringleader of the domestic terrorist anti-white Antifa coalition who desire to bring revolution and death to America if politicians seen as pro-white are elected. Wise has made a career promoting white guilt. His lectures and books helped popularize the cultural Marxist white privilege myth.Critics have often pointed out that Wise is ethnically Jewish, yet never talks about the privilege of Jews in America. Jews overwhelmingly dominate the American media and banking industries, yet Wise and his anti-white acolytes never challenge the very real phenomenon of Jewish privilege. He rarely if ever criticizes Israel a Jewish ethno-state. Why isnt he in Israel pleading with his fellow Jews to stop killing and oppressing brown Muslims? Thats because Wise is working on behalf of Organized Jewry to distract the public from their real rulers by proliferating boogeymen about white racists in power.

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Tim Wise: On White Privilege – Titles A-Z Media Education …

“Tim Wise is one of the most brilliant, articulate, and courageouscritics of white privilege in the nation. He is a nationaltreasure.”- Michael Eric Dyson “Tim Wise is one of the few people, along with perhaps FrederickDouglass, who has ever really spoken honestly and forcefully towhite people about themselves.”- Charles Ogletree | Professor Law at Harvard Law School | Directorof Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice “[Wise’s] work is revolutionary, and those who react negatively aresimply afraid of hearing the truth.”- Robin D.G. Kelley | Professor of History at the University ofSouthern California | Author of Race Rebels

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Fair Usage Law

December 8, 2017   Posted in: Tim Wise  Comments Closed


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Under the 'fair use' rule of copyright law, an author may make limited use of another author's work without asking permission. Fair use is based on the belief that the public is entitled to freely use portions of copyrighted materials for purposes of commentary and criticism. The fair use privilege is perhaps the most significant limitation on a copyright owner's exclusive rights.

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