I could explain it, I mean I have done in other articles, but even with the furore that has followed Meghan, The Duchess Of Sussex's relationship with Prince Harry, we have witnessed the severe lack of understanding about why the attacks on her were actually racist. What a monumental waste of a national case study, but let's be truthful; people don't actually care as long as they are not the affected. Meanwhile, as time marches on, "racism" is fast becoming a powerless baby cry of a word, an annoying complaint that doesn't really describe anything or inspire people to act justly. As for the confusion over the term 'white privilege' look at it as a state that can leave you positively neutral or unaffected in all areas of life - the privilege lies in being able to get ahead without moving or at the very least be left alone because you are not denied, challenged or tested due to your race. If everyone around you is discriminated against and therefore disqualified without you having to do a single thing, you constantly gain a beneficial societal pole position.
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