Tim Wise, whom philosopher and scholar Cornel West calls “a vanilla brother in the tradition of John Brown,” is among the most prominent anti-racist writers and educators in the United States. He is the author of nine books, including his latest essay collection, Dispatches from the Race War, and his highly-acclaimed memoir, White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son. Among his many talents, making the right enemies ranks near the top. Rush Limbaugh once called him a "dunderhead," which, I mean, whatever, he's dead and irrelevant now. David Duke has called him "my Jewish supremacist detractor" (because that's what a Nazi would say), and white supremacists regularly send him hate mail, which he reads in the voice of Goofy. So, take your best shot assholes. The FBI has come to my house to warn me about your death threats. Still here...

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Anti-racism educator and author of 9 books, including White Like Me and, most recently, Dispatches from the Race War (City Lights, December 2020)