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Pope Francis and His Call for “Mercyfying” Hearts

As Dr. Matthew Ashley, theology professor at the University of Notre Dame, noted, Pope Francis, a man of peace, has done some violence to the language. 634 more words

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"White Like Me" and white victimization

In Tim Wise’s, White Like Me (2013), he covers a multitude of intersections of race and politics.  I really enjoyed that a core segment of his piece was him reflecting on his own privilege because that’s a very hard and vulnerable thing to do, especially when you’re putting it on the internet.   292 more words

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Insight: Tim Wise x Race and Whiteness in the Era of Trumpism

“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 Rector’s Forum, at All Saints Church, Pasadena, on Sunday, April 30, 2017. 41 more words


Wising up about privilege

Hundreds filled Kane Hall on Friday night to hear anti-racist activist, speaker, and writer Tim Wise at an event that was planned by UW Public Lectures…

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Parents Across America Book Club Meeting, Sunday, April 2: "White Like Me" by Tim Wise

PAA Book Club Meeting 

Sunday, April 2

5:00 pm PT, 8:00 pm ET

We’re going to discuss antiracist author Tim Wise’s “White Like Me” on Sunday, April 2 at 8:00 pm ET, 5:00 pm PT. 115 more words

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Monday Mayhem: Rise!

Today’s #MondayMorningMotivation is inspired by anti-racist activist, author and speaker, Tim Wise who spoke this morning at Oakwood University as part of a month-long Black History celebration. 369 more words