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White privilege doesn’t show up the same way for everyone – so you may balk at the idea that all white people have privilege. By complicating three common examples, this author helps you understand how privilege and marginalization can intersect.
You’ll probably be pretty disturbed by this info on how much society’s systems benefit white people in violent ways. But this author’s also included tips on what to do about it – and why white guilt isn’t the answer.
Being on a college campus is a unique opportunity to promote healthy relationships to masculinity and reduce sexual violence by engaging men. But there are a lot of dangers in doing this work. Here are some ideas for doing it responsibly.
We love teachers – so this author’s offering great tips for improving your teaching practice by paying more critical attention to race in our schools. If you’ve made any of these mistakes, here’s what you can do instead.