by Carmen Van Kerckhove
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If racism benefits whites, why should white people try to change the system? Is it possible for white people to work against racism without spiraling into self-hatred? Why is racism particularly harmful to working-class whites? Anti-racism activist Tim Wise answers these questions and more in this episode of Addicted to Race Premium.
Tim Wise is among the most prominent anti-racist writers and activists in the U.S. He has spoken to over 300,000 people in 48 states, and on over 350 college campuses. Wise has provided anti-racism training to teachers nationwide, and conducted trainings with physicians and medical industry professionals on how to combat racial inequities in health care. He has trained corporate, government, and law enforcement officials on methods for dismantling racism in their institutions, and has served as a consultant for plaintiff’s attorneys in federal discrimination cases in New York and Washington State.
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