Irreconcilable Anti-Blackness: A Conversation With Dr. Frank Wilderson III

On April 19th, Dr. Frank Wilderson gave a lecture in Rose Hills theater at Pomona College (Claremont, CA). Students from WMDs: Cinema Against War, Imperialism, and Corporate Power organized the event. Sarahann Latimer Kolder recorded and edited the video.


  1. Introduction 
  2. Dr. Frank Wilderson ((00:03:10) – (00:43:30))
    1. Introduction (00:03:10)
    2. Lecture (00:05:50)
  3. Q & A
    1. (00:43:35) Question: ‘Integrity of Gender’ and ‘Black People as Currency’
    2. (00:52:06) Question: ‘Anti-Blackness’ and ‘Activism’
    3. (00:58:20) Question: “I am human too”
    4. (01:09:00) Question: ‘Complacency and Belonging’
    5. (01:16:50) Question: ‘Temporal Irreconcilability’ and ‘Fugitivity’
    6. (01:26:10) Question: ‘Rehabilitation of ‘Human’’ and ‘Social Death’
    7. (01:34:00) Question: ‘White Women in Power,’ ‘Structural Analysis of Gender’ and ‘Explanation’

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For more information, click to listen to Dr. Wilderson’s interview with The Killer Bs on police violence within the context of anti-Blackness


By Charlotte Degener Hughes

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