1. Colorblind Promo 30 sec

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    Do we really live in a colorblind society? The Emmy Award winning documentary, Colorblind: Rethinking Race, examines institutional racism in health, wealth, education and the justice system.

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    • Colorblind: Rethinking Race (2012) 60 min.

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      Do we really live in a colorblind society? The Emmy Award winning documentary, Colorblind: Rethinking Race, examines institutional racism in health, wealth, education and the justice system.

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      • Two different approaches by police officers in handling a person with a gun in public.

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        Two different approaches by police officers in handling a person with a gun in public. With Tim Wise's Editorial on Ferguson: Most White Americans are ‘Completely Oblivious’

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        • Rochelle Oliver Rochelle Oliver on CNN Live Prime-time Special "The N Word" with Don Lemon

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          Producer Rochelle Oliver, who is well known for creating the viral YouTube video The Halloween Hoodie Campaign in 2012, served as a CNN Contributor alongside actor LeVar Burton, musician Wynton Marsalis, activist Tim Wise, editor Michael Skolnik and professor Marc Lamont Hill for “The N Word,” a prime-time special hosted by Don Lemon on Monday, July 1, 2013, at 7 p.m. Additional guests Donna Brazile and Safiya Songhai were among the esteemed panel invited to discuss the racial slurs being used by Paula Deen and discussed in the State vs. George Zimmerman trial, in which Rachel Jeantel testified that Trayvon Martin used the word cracker to describe Zimmerman.

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          • Chris Riser - Opening Poem for Tim Wise

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            The opening poem given by Chris Riser at the An Evening with Tim Wise event that took place at Portland State University on April 10, 2013.

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            • Advocate Consulting - Corporate Overview

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              What is your IT challenge? Are you struggling with the cost of IT or with the right strategy? Advocate Consulting helps solve business challenges for over 500 enterprise clients. No challenge is too big for us. We can help solve your IT and communications problems though our team of experts, our broad market data and perspective, and by providing your organization with an approach to better decision making. Whatever your business challenge, Advocate Consulting will deliver the right solution to meet your unique needs.

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              • Michele Tittler talking to Canada about the aboriginal issue; tribalism vs democracy; and the "white privilege" gang.

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                'Tribalism, democracy incompatible': "Tribalism and democracy are incompatible -- they cannot exist together as political systems in the one nation. As the late New Zealand historian Professor Peter Munz noted, the condition for democracy is everywhere the end of tribalism, with its birth-ascribed inequality and exclusive kin membership. "The incompatibility goes deep into the very structure of politics. Tribalism is based on principles of inequality. Democracy is based on equality. Kin status is what matters in the tribe; citizenship is the democratic status. "Tribalism is exclusive. To belong, you must have ancestors who were themselves born into the system. Democracy, by contrast, includes people from all backgrounds... "The equality versus inequality, inclusion versus exclusion incompatibility goes deep into the very nature of the political system. Democracy has three elements: the nation, the state, and the citizen. The nation is the overall framework and idea we have of ourselves as the nation... The state is parliament and all the institutions and systems of government. Citizens are the subjects of the nation-state and have rights that flow from, along with responsibilities to, the system. "The principle of universalism is the base upon which these three elements rest. Indeed, democracy could only become a political system once this principle was widely accepted. UNIVERSALISM JUSTIFIES THE EQUAL STATUS OF THE CITIZEN. It justifies our human rights, including the right to have a cultural or religious identity. DEMOCRATIC UNIVERSALISM DOESN'T RULE OUT VARIOUS FORMS OF CULTURAL IDENTITY WITHIN THE ONE NATION. TRIBALISM DOES. "DEMOCRACY SEPARATES POLITICAL STATUS FROM CULTURAL/RACIAL IDENTITY. TRIBALISM IS UNABLE TO DO SO... "Many...have a religion but their religious identity is not part of the political arrangements, although the right to exercise their religion is. RACE AND CULTURE ARE LIKE RELIGION -- AN IDENTITY, BUT NOT A POLITICAL STATUS. WE MEET IN THE POLITICAL SPHERE AS EQUAL CITIZENS -- not as members of a religion, a race, or a tribe. "FOR THIS REASON, RACE OR CULTURAL IDENTITY CANNOT BE INCLUDED AS A POLITICAL STATUS IN A CONSTITUTION. What a constitution can include...is the right that each individual has to exercise his or her cultural identity. It is a right enshrined in legislation which protects the ongoing identification people may have with their racial heritage. It is a right that can exist only because of our equal status as citizens, a status that comes from the universalist principle that we are all equal as human beings... "Just as bishops and priests lost their considerable political power to democracy's system of accountable leadership, so too must today's iwi {Indian} leaders accept the same limitations. Their influence on the political system should be that of any other social organisation or business corporation. Just as one sun in the sky is true for the nation's sovereignty, so it is true for our institutions. "Democracy can only exist in one unified nation with a constituted government accountable to its equal citizens. Its three elements must stand united upon the foundation of the universal human being." --Dr. Elizabeth Rata, New Zealand Herald, Jan 29, 2013 Dr. Elizabeth Rata is an associate professor in the School of Critical Studies at the University of Auckland and a member of the Independent Constitutional Review Panel. **************************************** Comment: "Elizabeth Rata is to be commended for her cogent and timely article published in the NZ Herald on tribalism and its effect on societies. "It requires little reflection on international history over the past century to conclude that the slaughter of humans over all of Africa, the Balkans, the Middle East, Turkey, India, Sri Lanka. China, Indonesia, Japan, Eastern Europe, Indonesia, The Philippines, et al, has been the result of Tribal Cultures. Societies of diverse ethnicities have existed side by side over long periods before some event, political, social, religious, economic ignites the tinder box and long-suppressed grievances explode and mindless savagery follows. It then becomes Us and Them, the biological need for the Tribe to survive. Is this what we want...?"

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                • Tim Wise : On White Privilege

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                  This Video Is Not Pan African Markets Property: Pan African Markets™ is a United Vision for a world market providing and sharing with you the best information collected around the globe from different sources and professionals. One Vision, One World, One Market!

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                  • Part 2: Q & A Tim Wise

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                    Trinity Episcopal School hosted Tim Wise for its annual Freedom Fete Celebration. Wise spoke about Understanding Racism & Race Inequity to the Charlotte, NC, community. This portion is the Q & A portion of the evening.

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                    • Tim Wise - Understanding Racism & Racial Inequity

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                      Trinity Episcopal School hosted prominent anti-racist author and educator Tim Wise. Wise talked to the Charlotte, NC, community about racism in today's society, specifically within education and corporations.

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