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How White Privilege is Created and Why it Eludes People of Color
An Image Depicting a Family Unit
An Image Depicting a Family Unit
January 29, 2016

Certain people in the world experience greater social benefits than others. Their sense of worth is greater as is their sense of entitlement. This can be seen in all aspects of their daily lives and these benefits are not apparent to them. These benefits are referred to with the incorrect name of “White Privilege.” This is a term applied by non-whites, perpetuated my the media and oft repeated by guilty liberals, since one of the central tenants of liberalism is self-hatred and feelings of guilt. The benefits called “white privilege” are also the excuse some give for lack of accomplishment. Certain people feel safe in assuming there is no need to try and make something of themselves since they are held back by the benefits called “white privilege”.

These benefits are not dependent on the skin tone of the recipient although different races experience them while others do not. The construct called “white privilege” is the result of the decline in the family unit. When a mother and father have a child, they believe the child shouldn't take a backseat to anybody. Some parents devote the remainder of their lives to the betterment of their children. This devotion by the family unit fosters kids that believe everything is within reach, that the world is theirs for the taking. It is the children who receive support from both their mother and father who feel privilege.

Over 75% of black babies were born to single moms. The family unit is almost non-existent in homes of people of color. The economic, emotional and spiritual guidance that two parent families provide is missing in communities of color. This feeling of privilege is not exclusive to whites, it is for everyone in two parent households.

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