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Stage for Debate: Multiracial Coalitions Changing the Political Conversation in America

February 12, 2013

Program Locations:

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Langston Hughes Auditorium

Join us for a debate with activist and writer Tim Wise and political strategist Ron Christie as they share their positions in the aftermath of the 2012 presidential campaign and election. Moderated by Edward Wyckoff Williams, political analyst and contributing editor at The Root.

Tickets: $10; $8 for Schomburg Society Members. To purchase tickets, call (888) 718-4253 or visit www.showclix.com.
 

Timothy Jacob Wise is an American anti-racism activist and writer. Since 1995, he has given speeches at over 600 college campuses across the U.S. His latest book is Dear White America: Letter to a New Minority in which he argues the notion of White Americans as the cultural norm is being challenged wrestled with in America, a fast changing and multicultural nation.
 


Ronald I. "Ron" Christie
is an American government relations expert and Republican political strategist, who has also worked as a member of former Vice President Dick Cheney's staff. Christie is adjunct professor of strategic advocacy at George Washington University. His latest book is Blackwards: How Black Leadership Is Returning America to the Days of Separate but Equal in which he contests the existence of a "post-racial America" and argues black leadership is pursuing an extremist agenda of separatism and special rights.



Edward Wyckoff Williams
 is contributing editor at The Root. He is a columnist, political analyst and former investment banker, appearing on AlJazeera, MSNBC, ABC, CBS Washington and national syndicated radio. He received his BA in History and Economics from Yale University; a Masters in Comparative Social Policy from the University of Oxford; and studied law at The George Washington University in Washington, DC.

 

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