Why "white privilege" has become such a flashpoint in American race relations
CULTURE
August 18, 20194 min read878 words
Published: August 18, 2019  |  4 min read878 words
"White privilege" has become a common phrase in Americans' conversations about race — and that's unsettling many white Americans because they think it undervalues their struggles or questions the legitimacy of their successes. Why it matters: The term is a new weapon — and fault...
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August 24, 2019
A balanced article that quickly and concisely lays out the multiple sides of this issue. This article also brings to light that media (which are consolidated mostly to the coasts) are advancing "white privilege" as an attack that generalizes the complexity and perceptions.
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August 20, 2019
This is a very informative and does a great job sourcing quotes from multiple perspectives. This is one of the most coherent and concise articles I've ever read regarding today's U.S. race culture.
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