If you're saying that white privilege is just a euphimism for racism so we should just call it that, I agree. If you're saying that the laws prevent white privilege, I disagree. I cannot speak to the experiences of a black person because I'm not a black person, but I have experienced white privilege as a Jewish person. We're all white while they aren't paying attention, but once they know you're Jewish things change. You lose your white privilege and that's how I know it exists. This is my experience: https://medium.com/@ellenbethgill/speaking-from-my-own-small-experiences-with-antisemitism-its-imperative-for-american-jewish-9ea7604573a1

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Lawyer, Teacher, Mediator. Worked on many political campaigns and learned nothing will help until we enforce our laws, particularly laws against corruption.

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