Just a few minutes of listening to mainstream rock music was enough to influence white college students to favor a student group catering mostly to whites over groups serving other ethnic and racial groups, a new study found. [via @GaryM]
Holding on to Privilege for Dear LifeChronicle of Higher Education (subscription) (blog)By Marybeth Gasman “I can tell you that the days of white, wealthy, upper-class students from prep schools in cashmere coats and pearls who marry Amherst men...
Thinking about privilege — the unearned benefits that we enjoy in society as a result of being White or male or Christian — may not seem crucial, but the potential payoff is the ability to make sense of our relationships, connect across differences, and make the world better in the process. Whether you're brand new to this subject or have been exploring it for some time, these ten observations about White privilege should feed your growing awareness.
Show love to white supremacistsDuluth News TribuneAnother idea, suggested by Tim Wise at his recent University of Minnesota Duluth speech on white privilege, is to donate a dollar amount to an antiracism cause for every minute the SWA spends at its...
It's hard to imagine anything more preposterous than a decently accommodated white man whinging about his lot. And yet, I have these thoughts. No point pretending I don't, except to make like I'm better than I really am. What interests me is that this is just one more example of the harm that oppression inevitably inflicts upon its perpetrators as well as its victims, how it erases our personhood into the various categories. In that video above, it's telling that Folds' parody band is composed of a bunch of copies of himself.
According to the Christian Century, one of the best theology books of recent years is Race: A Theological Account by J. Kameron Carter. My copy arrived today, and I quickly skimmed the contents and then read the prologue and was floored. I can tell this is going to be deep, powerful, and potentially transformative read. Here are some excerpts from the prologue:
Modern racial discourse and practice have their genesis inside Christian theological discourse and missiological practice, which themselves were tied to the practice of empire in the advance of Western civilization.
White privilege. Here's a fairly minor everyday example of my white privilege: Driving on the highway. I'm aware, when driving 15 miles per hour above the speed limit, which I normally do, that I'm relatively safe from a ticket ...
NKU The Northerner OnlineStudent creates show about racismNKU The Northerner OnlineAccording to communication professor Jimmie Manning, who served as McDonough's advisor for the project, some of the topics that will come up in the show include...
/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Not Quite White: Arabs, Slavs, and the Contours of Contested Whiteness (24 min., 8 sec.), explores the complicated relationship of Arab and Slavic immigrants to American notions of whiteness.
Sydney Morning HeraldDiversity still out of the pictureSydney Morning HeraldJasek denies that British audiences are leading the charge for a more diversified cast, Neighbours and Home and Away having been targeted by equality campaigners in Britain...
truthoutTim Wise on White Resentment in a Multiracial SocietytruthoutOn the other hand, whiteness - as a specific, fixed, racialized and immutable identity - didn't really exist in Europe to any real degree.
“Let there be no doubt. Aside from the Aborigines in Australia, the African black is the most underdeveloped, barbaric species of the human race.” These are some of the statements you’ll hear in this video, starring old-apartheid leader Franz Jooste.
Board of Education of Topeka [347 U.S. 483 (1954)] grew up in age of nearly unchallenged white privilege. They came to understand, especially in the South, that their “way of life” was tied to their race and their religion.
“ “The Invisible Weight of Whiteness: The Racial Grammar of Everyday Life in Contemporary America” Dr. Eduardo Bonilla-Silva ” this. is. everything. “” (: Video: The Invisible Weight of Whiteness by Bonilla-Silva.
Over the last several years, independent schools have begun to move beyond discussions of racial diversity and multiculturalism, and into weightier considerations of the race and class inequities that continue to plague our nation.
'Un-Fair Campaign' Sparks DialogueWDIO-TVToday's morning event at the church was a discussion of white privilege. The event revolved around small and large group discussion to explore racism and to learn about various facets of the issue.
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