Tim Wise: On White Privilege

Tim Wise: On White Privilege
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Amiru

That was awesome Tim wise is really good in this area.

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Joyce

For segment on Class in CRJ 412

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Brandon

Tim Wise is a excellent orator. Glad to see him on kanopy!

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Monte

There are some great concepts here, watch and enjoy the enlightenment...

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Anonymous

This presentation with this presenter needs more attention. I really enjoyed watching this guy.
I notice there is only one comment on the video. I was expecting hundred of comments and found only one. Tim, talk about our country being in denial!

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Alisha Hough

I thought the delivery and the context was a great eye-opener to the said privileges, I didn't realize I'm a recipient of until now - undeniably! Including our nation.

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