Interview

Who Belongs? Immigrants, Refugees, Migrants, and Actions Towards Justice: A Conversation With Tim Wise

Authors: Tim Jacob Wise , Tyanez C. Jones (Iowa State University) , Isaiah McGee (Iowa State University) , Michael D DuPont (Iowa State University)

  • Who Belongs? Immigrants, Refugees, Migrants, and Actions Towards Justice: A Conversation With Tim Wise

    Interview

    Who Belongs? Immigrants, Refugees, Migrants, and Actions Towards Justice: A Conversation With Tim Wise

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Abstract

Tim Wise is an antiracist activist, essayist and author of seven books on racism, inequality and white privilege. He is among the most prominent anti-racist writers and educators in the United States. Over the past 25 years he has engaged audiences in all 50 states, at over 1000 college and high school campuses, at hundreds of professional and academic conferences, and to community groups across the country. While visiting Iowa State University Tim Wise interviewed with us to discuss Who Belongs? by providing a brief historical perspective of immigration, the current political climate, and the role of activism.

Keywords: Privilege, Oppression, Racial Justice, Discrimination, activism

How to Cite:

Wise, T. J. & Jones, T. C. & McGee, I. & DuPont, M. D., (2018) “Who Belongs? Immigrants, Refugees, Migrants, and Actions Towards Justice: A Conversation With Tim Wise”, Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis 7(1).

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Published on
09 Mar 2018
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