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High School White Privilege Checklist

Now “White Privilege” checklists are being handed out for high school students. The problem with these “checklists” is that the examples tend to not actually describe “privilege”, but rather are statistically tailored to getting as many White people to check the check boxes…

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  • The Butterfly

    Wah wah life isn’t fair!

  • Ed

    Hillarious. Question #17 for example… “People never assume I’m an immigrant.

    Like whitey in Africa?

    • Alain

      Actually the colour of skin is irrelevant when it comes to assuming one is an immigrant, it has everything to do with when the person opens his mouth. When I hear an accent I rightly assume the person came from elsewhere and is not a native born Canadian, regardless of the colour of his skin.

  • Ed Ellison

    The list doesn’t stand up to even a moderate fisking.
    The real problem is many young people, and quite a few older ones too, can’t direct any critical thinking skills towards this kind of garbage and debunk it.

    • Alain

      That is so true and it is all thanks to cultural marxist indoctrination in lieu of eduation for at least the last 40 years.

  • kkruger71

    99% of these are just a question of demographics, not racism, and I’d say less than 1/2 of them would impact your life in any way if they were true. Of course some of them are not, like the police ones.

  • mauser 98

    New Years in Cologne , Stockholm will not be mentioned in class

  • It’s called child abuse.

  • Hard Little Machine

    As a white African American Orthodox Jew of Russian and Polish parentage I find your questions both entertaining and confusing.