Godstud wrote:1. I Have the Privilege of Having a Positive Relationship with the Police, Generally
What does this even mean? I assume that the Thai people and Japanese have a positive relationship with the police in their own countries. But they are not white.
Godstud wrote:2. I Have the Privilege of Being Favored by School Authorities
And what if school authorities in China favour Han Chinese over Uyghurs, for example?
Godstud wrote:3. I Have the Privilege of Attending Segregated Schools of Affluence
The white working class in England have this privilege?
And wealthy blacks and Asians in England do not have this privilege?
Godstud wrote:4. I Have the Privilege of Learning about My Race in School
I think you will find that in India they learn about the history of India. Therefore Indians in India are learning about their race at school.
Godstud wrote:5. I Have the Privilege of Finding Children’s Books that Overwhelmingly Represent My Race
You live in Asia and have not seen children's books that feature mostly Asian characters?
Godstud wrote:6. I Have the Privilege of Soaking in Media Blatantly Biased Toward My Race
Most media in Asia does not feature mainly white people.
Godstud wrote:7. I Have the Privilege of Escaping Violent Stereotypes Associated with My Race
Who actually has such a privilege?
Godstud wrote:8. I Have the Privilege of Playing the Colorblind Card, Wiping the Slate Clean of Centuries of Racism
Godstud wrote:9. I Have the Privilege of Being Insulated from the Daily Toll of Racism
In a Westerm country, yes.
Godstud wrote:10. I Have the Privilege of Living Ignorant of the Dire State of Racism Today
Probably. Most white Westerners never experience racism, living as part of a majority and this is why they can accept nonsense ideas like white privilege.
We are condemned to live.