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Could you please provide examples that support your premise?
We have to check our privileges at least 3 times a day to detect oppression tumors.
White privilege is not an inherent part of white people being white. Even whiteness itself is debatable on an individual level.
White privilege is not only an oversimplification but creating an identity where there isn't one.
Privilege is in part the absense of non-discriminatory hardships. For example, members of a minority have a harder time finding others in their group to associate with. That's real but not discrimination. White Americans are a majority so don't have that hardship; they have its absence, privilege.
I think that in the American society today, both whites and non-whites have advantages over each other. Sure, white people are often born into wealthier circumstances, but they face the discrimination of affirmative action. Thus, the phrase "white privilege" doesn't carry much weight with me.
Privilege is in part the absence of discrimination that others experience. To the degree that black Americans experience discrimination for being black, white Americans do not experience that and so have white privilege.