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“What are some examples of white privilege?” my professor asked.
I felt an audible tension in the class as this was asked. This is a tricky subject, especially when you’re talking to a class full of mostly white, privileged people (myself included). [excerpt]
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Lauro, Melissa J., "Drowning in White Whine" (2015). SURGE. 198.