1. I've been laughing at "white privilege" never seeming to apply to winning football coaches for as long as it's been coming from college campuses. For that matter, any white male professor, who is nationally recognized...seems to beat his privilege charges...consistently. Where is the justice? Why is is that college coaching, in more sports than just football, is allowed to be dominated by white males? Why is it that no white male professsor has ever been convicted of white privilege?
2. Privilege? Or proper, daily execution of long term plans? Here's the norm: People spend from birth to their 25-30s working hard, buiiding careers from scratch, then, they get married and have kids. Those kids are raised right, and the parents continue to achieve at work, such that by the time their kids are ready to go to college/trade school/start a new company, they can pay for it, and, the kids are prepared for it. Not only that, but the parents now have assets they've created and maintained through careful stewardship. All of this took hard work, and proper planning. Nobody, not parents, not kids, got anything they didn't earn. So, where is the privelege? When the parents die, they pass on their assets to their kids, as they PLANNED to all along. The kids arlready have their careers because they were raised right, and work hard now, and now they have kids.
Once again, privilege, or, intentional, proper planning coupled with hard work? How about we call this: having very a very effective culture, based on sound values.
How about we call the people deriding all this out for what they have: a terrible culture based on terrible values, such as mass irresponsibility, violence as the primary means to solve problems, abuse of women, abondonment of children, and when not abandoned, those children face selfish apathy at home. Those kids fail on purpose, so that they can get 2 sure meals a day at summer school...
...and in the face of that reality, I'm supposed to be focused on "white privelge"? Where exactly do the problems lie, and how shall we define them? Hint: we have to define problems properly BEFORE we set about solving them. How about we start with: demonstrable advancement through hard work is never part of the problem, it's always part of the solution?