The Real Reason the Term “White Privilege” Needs to Die

I recently read an article suggesting that when white people are told they are exhibiting “white privilege” they should express their thanks.  Although this response might be warranted, I find that suggestion psychologically naive.  This post explains why the expression “white privilege” can get in the way of effective cross-racial communication.  AGB

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  1. When my wife worked as a nurse in a hospital, a nurse with whom she worked was black with a very dark complexion. She learned from that nurse that, in the black community, shade of complexion is important, that lighter is better. Is that a reflection of White Privilege?

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