Week5Power,Privilege,AndEthnicityPart2PowerpointWGS191

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Unformatted text preview: ever, advantages are not guaranteed nor is happiness Key Concept: Privilege SCENARIOS OF PRIVILEGE—RACE -   Johnson’s examples à༎ “try to iden<fy situa<ons in which each might occur” “Whites don’t have to deal with an endless and exhaus<ng stream of a]en<on to their race. They can simply take their race for granted as unremarkable to the extent of experiencing themselves as not even having a race. Unlike some of my African American students, for example, I don’t have people coming up to me and trea<ng me as if I were some exo<c ‘other’, gushing about how ‘cool’ or different I am, wan<ng to know where I’m ‘from’, and reaching out to touch my hair.”...
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